Category Archives: User Experience Design (UXD)

What Does a UX Designer Do?

I couldn’t resist posting this:

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Two More Reasons to Love Gmail

I’d like to extend a kudos to Google for two relatively new design improvements on Gmail. Brace yourself for a barrage of screenshots! The first improvement is a “Track package” button that will often appear next to an e-mail sent to a … Continue reading

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Small Improvement on Wikipedia Makes a Big Difference

Wikipedia has made a subtle improvement to its site that should greatly improve the site’s usability and user experience. The average article on Wikipedia includes footnotes (citations) of research sources and additional relevant information. Until recently, when a user clicked … Continue reading

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Micro-Moments and Conversations

I recently came across this article on Twitter, in which experience designer Stephen Anderson describes “micro-moments” and how they relate to interaction design. According to Anderson, micro-moments are “the smallest units of interaction in an online experience; like when Kayak.com automatically … Continue reading

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LinkedIn: 10 Years of Great Design

I received this e-mail from LinkedIn a few days ago: Riley, you and your amazing network are the heart and soul of LinkedIn. As we celebrate our 10th anniversary, we want to say thank you by sharing some inspiration for the next … Continue reading

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