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Clients Don’t Trust Your UX

One of the most frustrating scenarios for a UX designer is when a client’s team takes time to think things over and comes back with a batch of design changes without any explanation. Everything may seem fine: you had perfect communication with the client, gathered and formulated all the requirements for project deliverables and put your heart into the work. But something goes wrong and your des....

3 Ways to Pimp Shopify for Better UX

Shopify is one of the most well-known and widely used e-commerce platforms on the web. Merchants from all industries can easily use it to sell their products or services online. The platform currently boasts thousands of merchants. Shopify’s premise is to allow users without much sophisticated tech and programming know-how to open up their own online storefronts. This has naturally been a huge ....

Microinteractions: Designing with Details

“The best products do two things well: features and details. Features are what draw people to your product; details are what keep them there” says Dan Saffer. The importance of details can’t be over-emphasized. Details make users love or hate an app or website. Microinteractions are those details. They might be easily overlooked in the global design scheme, but they actually hold the entire ....

Dropbox Redesigns its UI for Better UX

Whenever you’re working with teams as a web designer, chances are that you’re using Google Drive, Evernote, or Dropbox for any collaborations like file and image sharing. Sharing services like these make it a cinch to work remotely with teams from anywhere on the planet. Dropbox understood the context around file sharing and the broader element of team activity, which is what its website’s ....