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Pairing Fonts is Like Feeding Children

When starting a web design project there are a lot of difficult decisions to make, including the classic: selecting fonts. Well executed typography can engage visitors, when they’d otherwise perhaps skim over the main body of content. However, it’s...

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5 Surefire Tips For Creating Great UX

As any person who’s really studied UX, there are tons more details that go into it than a pretty UI. These are the people I’m talking to now. Those that understand the roles interviews, psychology studies, color theory, average user tendencies, average...

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Lead Your UX Team like Phil Jackson

Leading a team of talented UX professionals is no easy task. Managing all that creative energy and the egos that go with it; figuring out ways to give everyone their desired level of input while keeping it relative to the project at hand; and having...

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Treat Users Like Children

Do you have kids of your own? How about young nieces, nephews, or nephews? Do you spend time around your friends’ children? Is there that one neighbor who has youngsters who make it a point to disturb you any chance they get? If you've answered yes...

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Adaptive and Fluid Approach in Responsive Web Design

In past articles on media queries and breakpoints, we’ve solely covered one of the two approaches in achieving a responsive site. This approach being Adaptive. Adaptive Web Design, in the responsive web design sense,  is the more rigid and structured...

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