UX stories

Do your icons mean what you think they mean?

We take for granted that most users are familiar with common icons, such as a cog meaning settings, or a bell meaning notifications. However, the chances are that we’re going to need to make some custom icons that are specific to our industry or product, and we can’t expect a user to immediately recognise what they mean.

Where to put the primary button?

Where do you place the primary button in a button group? left? right? When does it go fluid? When does it stack on top? There is no right or wrong answer to this. It is more about making a call and sticking to it. Having worked in multiple large-scale design systems, this is my take.

Reinventing Design Choices for Privacy Permission Elements

A personalized experience is one of the most highly valued features of a modern website design. However, gathering the right consumer data is essential to provide customized services to website visitors. After all, you can only enhance consumer experience and

I looked at 30 UX/UI job postings on LinkedIn, and this is what I learnt

I analysed 25 recent junior-level job postings tagged ‘UX Designer’ on LinkedIn. I tried to identify the major themes, skills and requirements (including proficiency in design tools) that recruiters are looking for. And then I thought — why keep this information to myself if it could (potentially) help someone else as well?

So Apple’s most controversial new macOS feature is… System Settings

System Preferences has not only been renamed System Settings, but the menu also features a new design. Apple says this is “optimised for efficient navigation on Mac and delivers a more consistent experience across iPhone and iPad,” but users aren’t convinced. (Want the best macOS experience

How to Write Good Error Messages

Write error messages in clear and simple language. The user should be able to understand the problem while reading an error message. If the error message is ambiguous and the user is not able to find the reason for the message, then it is of no use. Users cannot do anything to fix the problem and it badly impacts the experience of the product.

New Brutalism and web accessibility: what you need to know

New Brutalism is a trend that has been growing in popularity over the past several years. A rejection of the sleek and modernist style of buildings that came out of the post-war era, Brutalism is more raw and unrefined.

UI/UX Case Study: Bakery Website — A popular London bakery chain gets a new website

This is the abridged version of the inspiring story of Barney and Gabriel, the brothers behind buns from home. Their story deserves to be told in full and they deserve a place online where people can easily find them and instantly fall in love with their delicious creations.

Screenit Labs — a UX/UI case study

In this article, I will share the key activities and difficulties I encountered during my work. So, this is my Final Project. I performed end-to-end processes from Research to Prototype. I hope you enjoyed lot… Let’s get started.

Well explained- Why Angular JS is the most popular framework?

A JavaScript based open source framework- Angular JS is preferably that most used one for building web applications. Basically it was introduced to rectify the most critical challenges in single page applications.

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