Where to Get Basic UX Training? See Sites & Resources

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The article contains explanation on what user experience is together with helpful list of solid websites and resources where one can get basic and advanced UX training. Continue reading

How to Eliminate Clutter from Your Blog

Show Summary | Posted on by ArtRivera | Category: Usability, web design tips

The article would help to improve your blog with a modern minimalist design. Continue reading

7 Usability Tips to Keep Your Blog Pleasant for Reading

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7 tips for improving usability of a blog are presented in this article. Continue reading

Designing a Login Form. Best Practises

Show Summary | Posted on by alexbu | Category: Usability, User Interface

Login forms are of great importance for every website. Check out 5 best practices of creating these forms. Continue reading

HTML for Copywriters

Show Summary | Posted on by alexbu | Category: HTML5, Tutorials, Usability

Modern copywriters all their lives spend in Internet, and their activities oblige them to know HTML, that’s why into this blog post we’ve included most essential tags to use in blog posts or anywhere else. Continue reading

Things You Need to Know about CSS3 Gradients but Were Afraid to Ask [Tutorials]

Show Summary | Posted on by alexbu | Category: CSS3, Tutorials, Usability

Gradient is a really cool trick that will add some space to your designs. Check out the blog post to find some cools CSS3 tricks for creating gradients. Continue reading

Newsletter Optimizing Tips to Make Your Marketing Campaign Work

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Usability

These easy newsletter testing steps increase the probability of your commercial e-mails opening, which results in higher conversion rates and successful marketing campaigns. Continue reading

Windows 8 Usability: Is it Possible to Merge Web and Desktop Standards?

Show Summary | Posted on by Helga | Category: Usability, web design

The article touches some weak and strong points of Windows 8 interface usability and the innovative Microsoft’s attempt to combine web and desktop design standards. Continue reading