Monthly Archives: December 2012

Breadcrumbs

I needed to add some breadcrumbs to a project today. So I did some research and came across this cool article from Smashing Magazine. Via: Smashing What is a breadcrumb? A “breadcrumb” (or “breadcrumb trail”) is a type of secondary navigation

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Mobile Design Patterns

Via: Smashing Magazine.com Boosting your mobile e-commerce sales with mobile design patterns.   Boost Your Mobile E-Commerce Sales With Mobile Design Patterns People are increasingly using their smartphones as a replacement for desktop computers, even for activities such as shopping

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Nealite Blog

Blog entry on Responsive Web Design. http://www.nealite.fr/blog/expertise/agence-nealite-responsive-design-2-6028.htm

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Mind Maps

Source: UX Booth Mind Map User Tasks Getting your team to worry about user experience takes time and thought. A good way to spend your time is to remind everyone about the bigger picture: who the product is for and

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Pre-project Questions

– “What is the primary objective for this project?  Are there primary tasks that the users to perform?” – “What are the success metrics for the redesign of the site?” – “Who is the targeted demographic?  what is the average age, sex of

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