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My Broken Experience with Ticketmaster.com

My on-going “broken experience” with ticketmaster.com dates back to October 2012. As many of you may have been familiar, Brooklyn landed themselves a basketball team called the New Jersey Nets. Having grown up in Connecticut, I never had a local NBA team

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How to make your contact forms mobile friendly

Good read on webdesignersdepot

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Designing for Empty States

http://tympanus.net/codrops/2013/01/09/designing-for-the-empty-states/ Empty states are places in apps that have no content or data. They are empty. A blank page. Traditionally empty states are overlooked as most designers focus on how best to display lots of content or data. It’s common

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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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UI Design Basics

Source: UX Booth User Interface Design, Getting the Basics Right. Visual chunking: it allows users to associate a kind of task with a particular area of their screen. The four, basic groups are: Edit, Navigate, Share, and Display. Productivity applications,

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