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nikgraf
    The technology behind shipping preview photos with max 200 bytes in Facebook http://buff.ly/1KKuNcQ #UX #JPEG
    craigmdennis
      A very nice welcome screen from Synology #UX #UI http://buff.ly/1JBOkYA
      chuckreynolds
        5 psychology secrets for great interaction design - http://t.co/RbNV0ESmLw #UI #UX #design
        torymartin88
          One of the biggest mistakes I’ve made in my career — Twenty Years in the Valley — Medium http://bit.ly/1fVmgGT #design #ux
          ladislavbartos
            3 Reasons Customers Don't Care About Your Content http://entm.ag/1EtB63e #ux #customer support
            joaquinmoral
              Hacia una nueva Arquitectura de la Información más centrada en el usuarioen las websites. http://buff.ly/1JzgMfY #UX http://buff.ly/1ID6F5F
              vulcano
                "Design quality is derived from how well the artifact satisfies user needs, and thereby closes the perceptual gap in the user experience" #UX http://uxmag.com/articles/solving-the-problem-of-design-with-karl-ulrich
                mrjoe
                  Abundance of Choice and Its Effect on Decision Making http://buff.ly/1Q2UrJP some great design advice in there #ux
                  ladislavbartos
                    Why You Should Use a Subscription Business Model http://entm.ag/1JDCSix #ux #social media
                    petesena
                      Zero UI — The Future of Interfaces http://buff.ly/1KkJJ2A #ui #ux
                      strelban
                        Nice material from uxpin: "Web Design Book of Trends 2015-2016" http://bit.ly/1IuT2p5 #free #ebook #ux #ui
                        portenkirchner
                          A Beginner’s Guide to Website Speed Optimization https://kinsta.com/learn/page-speed/ #UX
                          nickrosencrans
                            @abourque I am a big advocate for plain language and for doing right by our end users. This kinda infuriates that part of me. It’s the cruel side of #UX, the one where people realize they can make money off helping people who are confused.
                            bbchase
                              RT @tomgreever: If engineers were treated like designers... via @skeleton_claw http://t.co/EwhA6asfi3 #ux #design #webdesign http://t.co/Wv85XjtggG