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Supersize Your UX/UI: Design Lessons From Fast-Food Sites

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Fast-food websites are an interesting mix of user experiences. They aren’t hard to land upon since fast-food joints register every domain name imaginable that relates to their name and menu items. This assures you’ll be enticed — brainwashed to run right out for a meal. A perfect mix of UI and UX, images are bold and navigation is obvious to the user.

In this piece, we’ll discuss how you can look at fast-food sites to supersize your UX and UI.

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Getting Started in UX Design: Tips & Resources

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In this piece, we’ll explain how to get started in UX with the least learning curve possible.

We scoured the web and spoke with our own design team for the most straightforward advice. Check it out!

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Google vs. Yahoo: Quick UI/UX Lessons

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When it comes to user experience and user interface design, Google and Yahoo both do a decent job (granted, in different ways). 

In this piece, we’ll quickly explain some practical takeaways from the UI and UX design of each site. 

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Free pocket guide: Color Theory in Web UI Design

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You can read everything you need to know about color theory collected into one easy-reference guide.

Color Theory in Web UI Design is available to download now. Let’s take a peek inside. 

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5 Creative Mobile UI Patterns for Navigation

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There’s no one way to design your mobile navigation… but some ways work better than others.

In this piece, we’ll examine 5 creative yet highly usable navigation patterns.

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7 Tips for Animations in Web UI Design

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Animation and motion in web design is proving to be the biggest thing in recent years. Everywhere you look, there is some hint of movement – or actual movement in the form of a video or animated tidbit.

But how do you use it? Motion is more than just a good video clip or cartoon character. Creating real motion requires a directed approach and can combine still and moving objects. Here’s how you do it. (And each tip is paired with an example to help foster your imagination.)

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June 2015 Updates: Advanced Animations & Multistate Elements

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As we roll into summer, the UXPin team has been working hard to bring you some great updates and improvements to our collaborative design platform–and they are finally here!

Take a look at the latest and greatest features and updates available in UXPin right now.

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4 Best Practices for Unforgettable Landing Page UX

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As described in the free e-book Web Design for the Human Eye, landing pages are essentially your ‘shop window’ and you have one chance to impress the user. Do this, and it’s likely that they will go on to browse the rest of the site, perhaps even making a purchase and reading through your carefully crafted content along the way.

In this post, we’ll deconstruct a few visual examples and explain UX best practices for every landing page.  

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Free pocket guide: Designing UX with Developers

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Now available: our pocket guide Designing UX with Developers. This introductory guide focuses on involving developers in the early wireframing and prototyping stages.  

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How to Hook Users With Habit-Forming UX Design

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Apple. Facebook. Twitter. Google. Pinterest. These companies all have one thing in common — they create habits among their users. People use these products habitually on a daily basis and they’re so compelling that many of us struggle to imagine life before they existed.

But creating habits is easier said than done. Even though I’ve written extensively about behavior engineering and the importance of habits, there are few resources to give designers the tools they need to design and measure user habits. That’s why I wrote “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Form Products,” which explains the four-step Hook Model that can help form habits among your users.

In this post, we’ll take a look at how you can use Habit Testing to build products that users not only love, but are hooked on.

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