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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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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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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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UX Unicorns and Other Fanciful Creatures

Source: UX Booth As designers, we can’t design “an experience.” It is an emotional, interior state of being. The best we can do is design for an experience. UX Designer Dan Willis describes User Experience as an umbrella under which

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