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What's your responsive design process like? Do you feel that it's efficient, and s? The following article is an excerpt from Ben Callahan's chapter "Responsive Process," first published in the Smashing Book 5. We've collected some useful techniques and practices from real-life responsive projects in the book -- and you can get your hard copy or grab the eBook today. You will not be disappointed, you know. --Ed. "The successful respondent to this RFP will provide three static design options for our team to evaluate." I've never been a huge fan of taking a multi-option design approach, but I get it -- sometimes a client needs this. "Each of these options will provide design for three unique layouts: home page, listing page, detail page." All right. Now, we're up to nine static design files. This is getting a bit out of hand.The post Efficient Responsive Design Process appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
ResearchOps is an emerging practice in the UX space. Companies have realized the importance of effective user research to create products that best serve the customer. Traditionally, user research was part of a UX designer’s role, but companies are now dedicating entire teams to manage user research, including the people, tools, processes, and operations. ResearchOps The post What Is ResearchOps and Why Is This Role So Useful appeared first on Studio by UXPin.
The first question clients and stakeholders seek answers to with any digital product and/or service today -- and rightly so -- is how to establish an effective user experience. We, as designers, however, know that good design and a good user experience are rarely achieved by fixating on one discipline, but rather by adopting a multidisciplinary approach. At best, it's about finding a balance between UX, UI and interaction design, usability, accessibility, web performance (front end, back end, networking), service design and content strategy (i.e. writing copy).The post Getting Practical With Microcopy appeared first on Smashing Magazine.
Now if that word didn’t sound so negative. From a purely phonetic point of view, design critique sounds devastating. In the following article, we’ll bravely move past details like that, and find the pearls hidden within the oyster. What’s Design Critique? Some people get dizzy just from hearing the word “critique”. Though properly executed, design...
For even the simplest of components, the cost in human-labour may have been significant. UX teams do usability testing. An array of stakeholders have to sign off on the design. Developers conduct AB tests, accessibility audits, unit tests and cross-browser checks. Once you've solved a problem, you don't want to repeat that effort. By building a reusable component library (rather than building everything from scratch), we can continuously utilize past efforts and avoid revisiting already solved design and development challenges.
Moodle is a powerful learning management system which is widely used by academics and students to build online course management and e-learning websites for universities and institutions around the world. Moodle templates and themes let you quickly establish a great looking platform, without too much development time and resource. These templates are easy to implement […]
Those of us who work on the web go by many names. What should we be called, and, does it matter? The post Am I Developer Enough? appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
It's only been a few days since Microsoft officially followed Apple past the $2 Trillion valuation mark, and having done so it appears to be mimicking more of its long-term rival's approach with hardware cut-offs and a macOS-style GUI refresh. Hardware Shock The first surprise for fans of Windows is that there is a […] The post Poll: Are You Excited by Windows 11? first appeared on Webdesigner Depot.
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