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chryton
    Interesting breakdown of iOS, Windows Phone, & Android settings #UX: http://buff.ly/1BJfcAQ by Setentaydos
    axbom
      Change Blindness: Why People Don’t See What Designers Expect Them To See #ux http://bit.ly/19Gi8Ya
      codenamev
        #design & #UX: How To Change User Habits With Interaction Design http://buff.ly/1DmwuJE
        jack_reis
          Life Usability Issues by clothilde absolutely fascinates me. | #2048 #doge2048 #ux #design #life http://buff.ly/1HgrlSw
          mattyza
            Applying communications theory to product design - http://buff.ly/19zF0IN #prodmgmt #proddesign #ux #lean
            bpedro
              My reactions to Using The twilio #API http://buff.ly/1GGx3yY #UX
              travisholliday
                RT @samwe11er: Always look to improve the User Experience, in this case Grandma's remote controls #UX http://t.co/rbBx9icuU2
                mrjoe
                  UX Recipe http://buff.ly/1FQT27c ora tool to help estimate #UX projects
                  dfernandezio
                    RT correctdesign: How to Choose the Right UX Metrics for Your Product http://buff.ly/1H2CPcm via dtelepathy #design #ux #prodmgmt
                    shipow
                      Algolia Realtime Search Extension for Magento http://buff.ly/1yjuWKz #ecommerce #ecom #search #ux
                      craigmdennis
                        Avoid "tool tips pointing out buttons and menus that should actually be self-explanatory" when onboarding #ux http://buff.ly/1H0PtbJ
                        bensykes
                          (Video) Touchable Memories - why we should never eliminate touch & texture from UI. #ux #ui #ixd - http://buff.ly/1HEZfQQ
                          deanpeters
                            Is #UX Part of #ProductManagement? Via Brainmates http://buff.ly/1CLvVdO (Me personally? You'd be a fool not to answer with 'integrally')
                            axbom
                              The Power of Perceived Performance #ux http://bit.ly/1EEal5U
                              chuckreynolds
                                "The average difference in how users treat info above vs below the fold is 84%" - http://t.co/uWxrrSjUWb #UX
                                raz0r
                                  RT @sashaboersma: Remember the days when we decided auto-play was a bad #UX if you're not a video portal? That. Let's go back to that.
                                  raz0r
                                    ecom sites *cough* @myntra @flipkart - make your sites responsive and stop redirecting me to the app… #ux #lazy http://t.co/iDtFb4fOtm