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Data viz with colors have multiple meanings Posted this on my Twitter awhile back. The map below has confusing colors and labels. The darkest colors, in a global sense, usually signify the most extreme conditions, yet the darkest color on the legend is *is the middle* of two lighter colors. Also, is “warning” stronger than...
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I love microinteractions Moments of delight and creativity within the mundane – like the word “fetch” in the search box – drive me to return to sites again.
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Confusing confirmation boxes Your user should be able to quickly understand what happened after they made a choice or completed an action. In this case, I updated some information. After I hit enter, this screen popped up. If I hadn’t recorded a screenshot of what I did, I would have no idea what happened. Let’s...
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The Issue | Part of the onboarding process is to make the user feel like it can be done quickly. Ideally, it can be done quickly. If it can’t be done quickly, break down the steps and offer a progress report. Thing 1 -> Thing 2 -> Thing 3 -> Finished At first glance, the...
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Works-in-progress and UX/UI analysis This blog is set to do a couple of things. First it’s a diary of my UX projects in progress. While I’ve been job searching, I’ve also been working on some side projects to keep the tools in my UX kit sharp. ABQ10 The first project sprung from an Adobe XD...
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