Just another usability and accessibility pro telling authors not to do the thing they continue to do.
When Airbnb announces something new, it’s the result of months of hard work, thinking, and testing.
2024 is well underway and shaping up to be an interesting year. So, to help you keep your focus on working hard and getting stuff done, we’ve collected another bunch of helpful bits and pieces from across the web.
The Apple Vision Pro opens up a whole new dimension for type design.
As you can see, even the checkmark wasn’t always there. But one thing remained constant: checkboxes were square.
The Search is a flexible tool. It can work very differently depending on the context. To understand the topic better, we have outlined a list of principles according to which search can operate.
Most product teams commonly adopt a feature-centric mindset, finding them convenient for brainstorming, drafting requirement documents, and integrating into backlogs and ticketing systems. In this article, Andy Budd shows how fixation with features might be holding you back and how making a few small tweaks to your process could make an entire world of difference.
Always enabled buttons have long been among the “best practices” of UX design, but there are still disabled buttons in interfaces here and there. In 2021, my colleagues at «Open Investments» asked me to make a presentation with a theoretical proof of the “buttons should always be enabled” concept.
In any design discipline there are always certain trends. One of these trends seems to be that buttons are now considered uncool. It doesn’t matter if they are buttons on physical objects or in graphical user interfaces.
I love the canvas.It embraces everything. You can write, draw, paint, color, shade, trace and manifest your ideas freely, wherever feels suitable. It’s almost endless freedom. It’s addictive, and I believe it hinders product designers from being as powerful as they should be. Lets go for a ride…