Infinum #DesignIslandsPostcards - weekly design newsletter
Aug 1 2017
UX & UI, grids & colors
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How designers learned a favorite trick of food industry and why they should stop abusing it?
Empty States? More like You-Have-No-Idea-How-Much-Work-Goes-Into-Those States?
Attention to detail matters because when you show that you care about the small details, people trust you to care about the big ones.
Effective UI Texts: Words to Avoid in Writing
All the common words to avoid in writing. Knowing this can make your UI texts accurate and easy to understand for every person.
What we mean when we talk about ‘Product Feels’
Here’s how a feelings first approach to design moves users and keeps them coming back for more.
How We Conducted User Research in The Arab Market
Some tips and tricks about international usability research.
UX & Psychology go hand in hand — How Gestalt theory appears in UX design?
In order to create work that better serves the needs of our users, it’s important to understand some basic psychological principles.
Are Notifications A Dark Pattern?
Have you ever had a nightmare where you were literally drowning in little red notification badges?
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