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  • Does the Hamburger Menu Make Mincemeat of UX Design?

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      Does the Hamburger Menu Make Mincemeat of UX Design

      The hamburger menu looks as tasty as it sounds. It’s a design-cum-navigation element, now on almost all apps, that comprises three horizontal lines. It looks like a hamburger. Picture something like this: Bun, patty, bun. If you squint, it kind of looks like the Spotify logo: The UX designer’s hamburger menu saves time and space

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    • Adopting Design Systems in Enterprise with Johnson & Johnson

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        Adopting Design Systems in Enterprise with Johnson Johnson

        When any new leader walks into an enterprise with more than a century of history—as Johnson & Johnson does—they know they must adapt to some of the existing processes. Improvements in technology, however, have made it necessary for all corporate designers to turn processes into even more efficient methods. If you start a new job

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      • 4 Testimonial Page Examples for UX/UI Design

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          4 Testimonial Page Examples

          These testimonial page examples will show you how to offer social proof of a product’s benefits. In other words, when you design a page that shows visitors the wonderful ways the product or service helped other customers, they’re more likely to believe that it can help them too. “Above the fold” is the part of

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        • The UX/UI designer’s guide to user-centered design

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            The UX UI designers guide to user centered design

            You’ve heard about human-centered design. It’s one of the most omnipresent design philosophies in UX/UI. But what about user-centered design (UCD)? These two terms sound similar, but there are differences between them, and you should consider both principles when designing future prototypes. In short: Human-centered design (HCD) considers the psychological/emotional preferences of users that engage

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          • How to go from a style guide to a design system

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              The UX UI designers guide to user centered design copy

              Like a lot of companies, Johnson & Johnson once relied on a style guide to make sure designers used approved language and components. Style guides can still help brands enhance their UX, but they don’t always match the needs of larger companies. Newer technology also makes it possible for smaller enterprises to move from style

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            • What is a single source of truth, and why do you need it?

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                What is a single source of truth

                Lead designers need to make sure they keep their team members on the right path. Managers have tried several methods to reach this goal, including pattern libraries and style guides. While those options have a place to play within some organizations, they don’t always provide the single source of truth that you need to optimize

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              • UXPin and Storybook Integration is Here!

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                UXPin and StorybookIIntegration is Here

                There are many ways for product teams to achieve greater efficiency and consistency in the design handoff.  At UXPin, we believe that smooth communication between designers and developers is one of the most important factors in setting up an efficient and scalable DesignOps process for your business. In the ideal world, both designers and devs

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              • The Guide to Front-End Prototyping

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                  The Guide to Front End Prototyping

                  Front-end prototyping is the making of a simulation of the final design. It’s a sample of how the final product will look and feel. This gives the design team something tangible so it can assess its functions, plus it helps uncover flaws. Teams can test the prototype before investing time, money, and labor. Stakeholders can

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                • Four persona examples for UX/UI design

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                    Four persona examples for UX UI design

                    As UX/UI designers, we have to keep in mind that we’re creating a product for real people. A user persona is a perfect tool to humanize our research data. We’ll look at some UX persona examples later. When we say the target user is women 35-60 years of age, our brains read it as numbers

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                  • Aspect Ratios: All You Need to Know

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                    Aspect ratios

                    Image-rich content drives website engagement, and making sure those images display properly is a crucial part of good UX design.  Whether you’re working with photographs, illustrations, or video, an image that’s stretched, squashed, or poorly cropped makes a poor impression for on-site visitors and affects their overall experience on the site.  Determining aspect ratios for

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                  • Want to Convert Design To Code? Here’s A Better Way

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                      Want to Convert Design To Code Heres A Better Way

                      Whether creating a web page, Android app, or iOS app, most traditional designers start their work by creating static images with tools like Adobe XD, Figma, Invision, and Photoshop. The designs might look aesthetically pleasing but they are not even close to being production-ready.  After the designing phase, you need to add interactions that will

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