Designing Better UX With UI Patterns

Designing Better UX With UI Patterns

Free pocket guide helping you better understand and choose the perfect UI patterns. Examples included from Dribbble, Quora, MailChimp, Medium, and others.

  • Learn how to categorize and classify all UI patterns for smarter UX decisions.
  • Get a quick 4-step approach for finding the right pattern for your site or app.
  • See some of our favorite resources for finding the most inspiring UI patterns available.
  • UI pattern examples included from Dribbble, Jawbone, Duolingo, Dropbox, MailChimp, Medium, and more.
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  • Ivana McConnelli

    Ivana McConnelli

    Ivana McConnell is an Interaction Designer at Myplanet in Toronto, applying UCD, lean, and agile methods to make great digital products. She arrived there via Bosnia, Croatia, Vancouver, and Scotland, and has previously made a living as a rock climbing instructor and video game tester. She also enjoys sampling a craft beer or two, reading, and bouldering (though not at the same time).

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    Jerry Cao

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    Ben Gremillion

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    Matt Ellis

    With a passion for writing and an interest in everything anything related to design or technology, Matt Ellis found freelance writing best suited his skills and allowed him to be paid for his curiosity. Having worked with various design and tech companies in the past, he feels quite at home at UXPin as the go-to writer, researcher, and editor. When he’s not writing, Matt loves to travel, another byproduct of curiosity.