Fully working solution for displaying Magento products using 2 or more category filters.
Top and left navigations are typical on large screens, but lack of screen real estate on small screens makes for an interesting challenge.
As technology has advanced, the importance of how humans interact with systems, machines, and each other, have also advanced into a fusion of disciplines, coalescing under the banner of “user experience.” And though “experience” is a vast and abstract notion that is highly contingent on the user, successful experiences in either service or product design are ultimately based upon solid design principles.
Clearleft’s Andy Budd explains how modern UX is more about sketches and prototypes than reams of documentation.
Folks at Upstatement experimented with how to solve design and layout problems within a responsive framework.
Real-Time UI testing for iPhone & iPad apps
Despite being nearly ubiquitous online, username and password login screens are wrought with usability and security issues. Here’s a small sample of how bad things are.
This article addresses one key aspect of planning UX research: the one-page plan document.
The first ExpressionEngine magazine ever!
This quite handy tool lets you view any webpage in multiple screen sizes, simulating the viewport of different devices.
Interesting insights from Aaron Gustafson on mobile approach.
3 days of inspiration, education and skills development for User Experience Designers.
Leisa Reichelt, a freelance user experience (UX) consultant based in London, posted a note on Twitter regarding a friend of her who calls himself a UX Developer.
Documents, photos, orders – how to list them? Is it better to use My Documents or Your Documents? Are My Orders more understandable than Your Orders?
For one reason or another you might be thinking of moving away from PayPal to your own merchant account and payment gateway.
Gone are the days of CSS hacks for browsers…wait, no they’re not. Those days aren’t gone. There are still little rendering hiccups in both major and minor versions of Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer. The hacks to target those newer browsers are few and far between.
Econsultancy published an article about how to be a successful freelancer. As Patricio Robles stated, freelancing isn’t all roses. Most individuals who become freelancers aren’t billing themselves out at thousands of dollars a day, and many fail to earn more than they used to earn (or could earn) as full-time employees. Some, sadly, are unable to find their way and are forced out of freelance-dom.
Do you have any tips and tricks you would like to share with us?
With its 350,000 unique visitors in July 2011 (according to Compete), Quora has great potential for UX newbies to ask questions and follow discussions, and for UX professionals to share their knowledge, experience and advices.
We choose 10 most interesting conversations for you:
HTML5Pattern is a source of regularly used Inputs-Patterns attributes.