10 Points to Keep Your Design Simple

Meet expectations Don’t overwhelm people Only present a few choices at a time No jargon or compu-speak Consider the abilities of different users Visual clarity – includes a clear visual hierarchy Understand the problem It’s been tested – make sure it works! Account for context It’s not just usable, it also has to create a…

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Are you a UX statistic?

Most websites fail at UX despite it’s importance to conversion and retention. Checkout this great interactive infographic on why UX is so important.   From Vitamin T: Are you a UX statistic?

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HTML5 starter template

As a front-end developer I find myself starting HTML5 templates a lot. I have a HTML5 template that is basically a simplified version of Boilerplate, but sometimes you don’t need so many assets. That’s why I created a Gist that is a simple HTML5 starter file: <!doctype html> <html lang=”en”> <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″> <title>HTML5 Starter…

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1200px grid PSD available in 12 or 15 columns

Most displays these days are widescreen, over 1200px. The idea of these Photoshop files to give designers and designer-wannabes (like me) a base for designing 1200px websites. 1200px.com also provides a similar file, but if you work with Twitter Bootstrap as I so you need 12 columns so the 15 column files is not enough.…

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Starter HTML5 file

As a HTML5 dev I find myself starting new HTML5 files a lot. Sometimes I need build something comprehensive, but most times I need to built a quick template. I added this Gist to Github to help me. Maybe it can help others as well. <!doctype html> <html lang=”en”> <head> <meta charset=”utf-8″> <title>HTML5 Starter Template</title>…

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