Design & UX
In this article, we explore the future direction of UX design within the wider industry, and explain why we believe the trend towards hiring UX expertise will continue in the years ahead.
UI methodologies like Atomic Design bring logic and structure to individual screens. Now it’s time to extend that thinking to every aspect of your product. Here’s a little mystery. Why is it that – a bit like hangovers and pop music – most products somehow seem to get worse with age?
After over fifteen years studying motion in user interfaces, I have come to the conclusion that there are 12 specific opportunities to support usability in your UX projects using motion. I call these opportunities ‘The 12 Principles of UX in Motion,’ and they can be stacked and combined synergistically in a myriad of innovative ways.
There are different strategies to handling accidental clicks, some of which are a lot more elegant (but often also technically more challenging) than others. In this article we’ll dive into and exemplify the various designs of each of these three strategies, review “when it is appropriate to do what,” and discuss how the strategies may be combined.
A major trend has been hiding beneath our unused MacBook TouchBar this whole time: Rectangles.