Articles about Interface design

Nielsen’s Heuristic Evaluation: Limitations in Principles and Practice

Nielsen's heuristic evaluation is one of the standard usability assessment tools outside of actual testing, but it has failed to adapt to the changing ecosystem of design. [Read More]

Thinking Outside the Browse and Search Box: Big Data as a Complement to Navigation Design

Use big data and analytics to enhance traditional static navigation and intelligently anticipate the type of content that your users are trying to reach. [Read More]

Regaining Trust: What to Do AFTER a Security Breach

Handling a security breach has UX implications. Three case studies of how Home Depot, Wendy’s, and Omni Hotels responded to such incidents show how to maintain and regain customer trust after a breach. [Read More]

Nonprofit Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Websites: Designing for Effectiveness

When you design a website for a fundraising event, there are many roles to consider, each with different needs. Untangling the relationships and roles is the critical first step. [Read More]

The New Voice of YOU: Communicating Through the Digital Interface

Understanding our user's needs, inspiring positivity, being forgiving, respectful, and even humorous can help provide users with a more effective and satisfying interaction. [Read More]

The Classy Classic: Designing the User Interface (Book Review)

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This updated edition of a text about designing user-interfaces is testament to the evolution of these and other related topics the past two decades. [Read More]