UI design for beginners, intermediates or experts?
As a user experience designers we are regularly in situations where our design decisions will make significant effect on the end users of the web site, application or generally any user interface or service we design. Apart from the need to understand business case and idea – probably the most important is to understand who are users of our interfaces?Read more
Eurovision 2010 - Voting Analysis and Infographics
Another Eurosong is behind us. This year, Germany was the winner with Lena and her song “Satellite”. Again, interesting patterns emerged during the voting and some really interesting relations between countries can be described. Here’s a set of interesting voting infographics.Read more
UX is not UI, learn that and stop trivializing!
Rarely passes a day when I don’t get invitation to some product demonstration, technology showcase claiming to be a presentation about UX. In most cases – developers show new UI controls, tech, code and claim to be „talking about UX“. I say stop trivializing – and learn the facts!Read more
Design trends for 2010: Web design trends for 2010
From the visual and aesthetics aspect, web design trends in 2010 will be shaped by the influences from 2009. In this article 5 major trends regarding the web design are covered. From oversized headers which are serving as new kind of splash screens to minimalism which is being supported by typography. See what’s to come in 2010.Read more
Design trends for 2010: Web development trends for 2010
Trends appear and disappear. Here are some of web development trends that will dominate during the 2010. I’m covering 5 trends regarding the web development. From real-time web and collaboration to geo-tagging and RIA frameworks… See what is new and coming in 2010 and stay ahead of the curve!Read more
Google Chrome beats Apple’s Safari market share
More than a year and half ago, I wrote an article here on UXPassion.com saying that we don’t need another hero – and I was referring to the Google Chrome browser. Today, after I’ve noticed news reporting that Chrome has surpassed Apple’s Safari market share, I might need to reconsider my previous claims.Read more
On the Web, competition is just one click away
This is a post about customer service, customer frustration and customer / user experience. I’ve made a move from my old webhost Inside.hr to JustHost.com. Reason? Well, I was frustrated with their „customer service“. After careful consideration, I’ve decided to use JustHost.com.Read more
Design pricing: It’s never just about the price
Setting proper pricing for your UX design work is crucial. It goes hand in hand with setting your customer’s expectations. Set the price too low and you will gain reputation of the same kind. Set it high – you will also set high expectations. If you can deliver on them – then keep it that way. Reason: it’s never just about the price.Read more