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UX Thursday #64

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Today, in some parts of the world, it is celebrated SCUD Day, which promotes the celebration of the pleasant aspects of life. And speaking of pleasures, we drop you a list of Thursday readings for lazy study. This time, a text that encourages you to think about the approach to UX design, a portion of knowledge related to conducting research, tips useful when creating interfaces, and finally nice views.

Risky creativity

To begin with essay Michael Buckley on taking risks when designing user experiences. The author argues why looking for non-obvious solutions can have a positive impact on the end result and encourages a change in the standard, time-tested UX design strategy.

Research with users from A to Z

Michele Ronsen of Curiosity Tank prompts, why the pilot study pays off and what the trial round can teach the researcher. Complete with a large itinerary Alexander Rådahl facilitating the definition of the purpose, plan and course of the UX study.

Miller's Law in UX Design

On the blog of the Cobe agency, it is worth taking a look at text discussing information overload in the context of creating useful and enjoyable digital products. The article contains, among other things, tips that help you apply Miller's law when designing an interface for efficient information processing.

Ergonomics of clickable UI elements

Todd Libby takes under the microscope one of the accessibility criteria of the WCAG 2.1 standard, defining the size of the clickable area at which users will not have a problem when interacting with the interface on any device. Article discusses common issues and tips for designing clear and easy to activate UI elements.

Subjective ranking of interfaces

Sean Beaubien prepared Compendium websites on which a well-designed interface allows easy and trouble-free operation, allowing users to focus on the content of the sites. The list of criteria that the author adopted for the purpose of the article is not surprising, so it remains to savor the cited examples.

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