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  • Top Methods of Identifying User Needs

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    User needs are the specific requirements and expectations of users that a product or service should fulfill to provide value and enhance their experience. These needs represent users’ perspectives, goals, motivations, pain points, and other human factors. By identifying and addressing user needs, UX designers can create relevant, usable, and possible solutions for the target

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  • 90s Websites – Key Characteristics & Examples

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    Trends have a way of repeating themselves. This is perhaps most apparent in fashion – the 1970s drew inspiration from the 1950s, and in a cycle that repeated itself about every 20 years. That said, this design cycle is not exclusive to clothing trends – it can also be seen in other areas, including website

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  • What is Desk Research? Definition & Useful Tools

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    What is Desk Research

    Desk research typically serves as a starting point for design projects, providing designers with the knowledge to guide their approach and help them make informed design choices. Make better design decisions with high-quality interactive UXPin prototypes. Sign up for a free trial to explore UXPin’s advanced prototyping features. What is Desk Research? Desk research (secondary

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  • ​​Advanced Search UX Done Right — Powerful Examples and Tips

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    Where basic search displays a list of results, advanced search enables users to refine their search queries for highly targeted results using filters, facet selection, and other parameters. This filtering lets users find specific information faster than sifting through queries–especially when there is vast content. Advanced search is crucial for user experience because it gives

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  • UI Grids – All You Need to Know

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    UI grid systems are essential for responsive design, ensuring layouts adapt seamlessly to various screen sizes and resolutions. Designers use grid systems to create fluid layouts that maintain consistency and visual hierarchy, providing an optimal user experience across multiple devices such as desktops, tablets, and mobile phones. Designers can create three UI grid types, including

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  • Best Examples of Product Design

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    As technology continues to advance, so do human expectations. The average person spends about 10 hours a day on devices while interacting with thousands of different platforms. When coupled with the downtrend in attention spans, little room is left for products that are not designed with the user experience in mind. In today’s article, we

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  • Pagination Examples that Work – We Analyzed the Most Effective Strategies

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    Pagination is a design pattern used to divide content into separate pages. It’s a fundamental component of digital product design, particularly important when dealing with large amounts of data or content, like e-commerce sites, blogs, data tables, or any other content-heavy platform. Sometimes pagination design patterns are visible, like the examples above, but other times

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  • 5 Inspiring React Web Apps with Great UX

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    In the ever-evolving landscape of web applications, React has emerged as a preferred choice for app makers. The open-source Javascript library’s powerful features and flexible ecosystem enable the development of engaging, high-performance web apps with exceptional user experiences. We explore the benefits of using React from a UX perspective. We also look at five examples

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  • How Do You Incorporate Feedback into Your Designs?

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    Constructive feedback provides UX designers with different perspectives, helping to highlight areas that may require improvement or revision. This process is essential as designers are often too close to their projects, blinding them from possible flaws or enhancements. Feedback helps align product design with user needs and business goals, improving the design’s usability, user experience,

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  • Agile vs. Scrum vs. Kanban – Comparing Top 3 Project Management Methodologies

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      Choosing the ideal project management methodology enables users to optimize results by identifying and handling the critical components of their projects. This ensures that teams are able to manage deadlines and budgets by leveraging specific processes.  For example, agile methodologies (as the term suggests), focus on dynamic communication and constant feedback among cross-functional teams and

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    • A Designer’s Guide to Content Inventory

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        Content Inventory

        A content inventory is a comprehensive and structured collection of all the content assets within a digital product or website. It’s a detailed catalog that captures information about each piece of content, including its location, format, metadata, and key attributes. Managing a content inventory is essential for user experience as it provides a centralized and

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      • 3 Types of Accessibility Testing Tools that You 100% Need

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        Accessibility testing evaluates digital products or services to ensure they can be accessed and used by individuals with disabilities. It involves assessing various websites, applications, or content aspects to identify and address barriers that hinder users with disabilities. UX teams aim to identify and rectify issues related to visual, auditory, motor, and cognitive impairments, making

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