Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 14 March 2017
Whitespace is probably the most under-appreciated yet impactful part of a good design.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 07 March 2017
An overview of typography as a element of design for the web.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 06 March 2017
The thought of designing a product from nothing can be scary. Here’s how we prefer to start.
Lugo Labs 02 March 2017
Many times in index pages we need to show a message that there are no results to view. Usually as a results of a search, as in the example of Iconly. If you search for an icon on the top search bar, and no results our returned, the following message is shown.
Viget 23 February 2017
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GitLab 23 February 2017
During our recent Summit, the UX team customized the Google Ventures Design Sprint process to tackle some of our larger feature proposals.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 22 February 2017
Understanding different types of existing float grid systems, finding their strengths/weaknesses, and discovering something better.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 21 February 2017
Balance is another great example of how viewers give physical dimensions to non-physical things. Balance is usually described as how “heavy” elements feel to the viewer according to how elements are arranged.
El Passion 16 February 2017
Viget 14 February 2017
Previously on UX + CRO = PROFIT… We provided an overview of Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) and introduced a framework to help you run your own CRO experiments. If you haven’t read part one yet, go read that first before starting part two. Don’t worry. We won’t start without you.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 14 February 2017
We occupy three-dimensional space. Sometimes it’s fun, sometimes it’s dangerous, but that is where we live and it influences how our brains are accustomed to interacting with the world.
Viget 13 February 2017
When designing responsive sites, we tend to focus a lot on keeping content nicely formatted within all the various screen widths in the world today. This makes sense given that horizontal scrolling is not particularly user-friendly, so constraining the design to the browser's viewport width is generally a given.
Viget 10 February 2017
Movement is everywhere around us, and sometimes we forget it as a form of communication. From body language to the way gravity works — movement can tell us a person's emotions and what actions are about to occur.
Viget 07 February 2017
“Mo’ customers, mo’ problems,” said no one, ever. Whether you’re selling a product, raising donations, or offering a service, having more customers is almost always a good thing. But how can you, lovely UXer that you are, optimize your site so it converts more visitors into customers? (Spoiler alert: this post will answer that very question.)