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Free e-book: Minimalist Web UI Design Trends

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This free e-book explores the techniques behind some of the most stunning minimalist designs we’ve seen to date. Take a look!

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Responsive vs. Adaptive Design: What’s the Best Choice for Designers?

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Google has always recommended responsive web design (RWD) and is actually due to roll out a big update on the 21st April which will work to rank mobile-friendly sites higher. It doesn’t specify in the update that you must use responsive design though, just that a site be accessible on mobile, with good UX and performance.

With that in mind, let’s examine the pros and cons of adaptive vs. responsive design with regards to performance and UX. 

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Important Considerations for Responsive Design Performance & UX

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As you know, UX is not a new discipline. But given the rise of responsive design, mobile design, and adaptive design in past years, the question of compromising between performance and experience still seeks a clear answer. 

In this piece, we’ll dive into some of the important criteria for responsive performance and the overall mobile experience. 

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Free e-book: Design Collaboration in the Enterprise

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Design collaboration shouldn’t be painful. This free e-book includes realistic advice and design exercises to help you involve everyone without just bending to their will. 

Read on to take a look inside the free e-book. 

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Free Apple Watch UI Kit (30+ elements)

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It’s finally here! Our entire design team spent the last 2 weeks hard at work finishing this free handcrafted UI kit for Apple Watch

Read on to get a peek of all the design elements. 

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New pocket guide: Web UI Trends 2015 (Dramatic Typography)

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Our latest free pocket guide examines some of the most timeless examples of bold and beautiful typography. Read on for a sneak peek. 

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The ultimate UXPin shortcut cheatsheet

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Need a quick reference to speed up your wireframing and prototyping? 

Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with our new shortcut cheatsheets. Take a look! 

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Moderated vs. Unmoderated Usability Testing: Which is Better?

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When it comes to usability testing, one of the most important decisions you’ll make is whether someone should moderate the session.  

So which one should you choose? Read on to learn the pros and cons of each.  

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New e-book: Web UI Design for the Human Eye (Layout & Typography)

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In our latest free e-book, we examine how to prioritize visual and text content in your UI design. Our goal is to show you how to design for what users care about most, even if your content isn’t finalized. 

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Why Designers Shouldn’t Neglect Mockups

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This post is an overview of why we recommend mockups, covering some of the points in our free pocket guide Web UI Design Process: The Visual Power of Mockups.

We’ll start by explaining what they are, then why they’re useful, and finally where they can fit into your design process.

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