Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX Design This Week (Sep 12-16) What's the best of UX this week?

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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX Design This Week (Sep 12-16)

What's the best of UX this week? We cherry-picked the most shared articles from around the web.

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Sep 16, 2016 - thedesignteam.stfi.re - 33
How to pretend you’re a great designer

By Pablo Stanley

Practical tips and principles to trick people into thinking you’re an industry thought leader.

Sep 16, 2016 - smashingmagazine.stfi.re - 35
Reducing Cognitive Overload For A Better User Experience

By Danny Halarewich

The best user experience is the one the user doesn’t notice. It appears smooth and simple on the surface, but hundreds of crucial design decisions have been made to guide, entertain and prevent trouble. If the user experience design does what it’s supposed to do, the user won’t notice any of the work that went into it. The less users have to think about the interface or design, the more they can focus on accomplishing their goal on your website. Your job as a designer is to give them a straight path to their goal by clearing out the obstacles beforehand.

Sep 16, 2016 - techcrunch.stfi.re - 37
The future of human computer interaction will be multimodal

By John Mannes

We have been using the computer mouse for decades to interact with our technology. Touch screens brought us a new way to input commands to our gadgets, but they rely on the same fundamental idea of the click.

Sep 16, 2016 - webdesignerdepot.stfi.re - 33
How great onboarding leads to great UX

By Paula Borowska

Did you know that the term “onboarding” comes from the HR department and refers to new hires acquiring necessary skills and knowledge in order to effectively

Sep 16, 2016 - vwo.stfi.re - 39
Why CRO and UX Are a Match Made in Heaven

By Nitin Deshdeep

CRO and UX both aim to improve the usability of websites and apps. This post shares how CRO and UX teams can help each other achieve their business goals.

OJ Quevedo

UX + Marketing aficionado learning to be more user-centred and community-oriented at WhatUsersDo. Empathy makes the world go round. I’m a citizen of the world.

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