The Best UX Articles of June 2016
Would you look at that? It’s time for our monthly round-up of the best UX content that June had to offer. The following is a collection of the most popular articles from our social media community, as well as a couple of our own personal favorites. Any you think we’ve missed? Let us know in the comments or shoot us a tweet @usabilla.
With so many acronyms and buzzwords, we often find ourselves using multiple words to describe one thing. In this article, Francesca Simonds explores the multitude of terms that are used to describe the process of designing products and services around the needs of the user. From UX, to Design Thinking, to Creative Intelligence, read on to have your eyes opened to design terminology.
The Nielsen Norman Group conducted quantitative usability testing of hidden and visible menus on 6 different sites, both on smartphones and desktop. This interesting article presents their findings, read on to find out more.
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With every design movement comes a reaction, but this time the response has proved quite a sore for not only the design-trained eye. In fact, it’s built upon the desire for intentionally ugly and difficult web pages. Read on to delve into the curious trend that is Web Brutalism.
The clue is in the name. This article by Skornia Alison for Usability Geek takes a look at 6 UX Design trends to watch out for this year. From integrating anticipatory design to saying goodbye to image sliders and carousels, there’s some inspiration for everyone.
You might have the hard skills down and the UX knowledge in the bag, but when it comes to getting noticed, it can often be your soft skills that give your work the necessary flare. In this article, we take a look at those characteristics that count.
“Be agile; release early; release often.” We all know the drill. But is it wise to keep rolling out features so often? Smashing Magazine examines this question and takes a look at how to strategically roll out new product features with the user in mind.
And there we have it. That concludes our round-up of the best UX articles of June 2016; which was your favorite? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @usabilla.