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Form inputs redesigned

View the original postThe usability implications of minimalist design patternsArticle written and project lead by:Kim Torres (UI/UX Designer) and Jim Warwick (UX Engineer)Address form: Left: Material 1; Center: Material 2; Right: AureusSummary With our Material Design form inputs, the minimalist affordances made interactions difficult and less intuitive. Although first glances make the sparse lines and larger areas […]

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How to Process User Research Requests (With a Free Project Intake Form Template)

View the original post Creating a system for prioritizing user research requests can afford you a lot of strategic clarity. Here’s a process to help. 

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Form design: multiple inputs versus one input

View the original postThere’s been some comments about this on Twitter. While most fields are made up of just one input, like an email address, some fields (that are essentially one value) could be split into multiple inputs, like a sort code. This is done to help users read back their answer more easily, in […]

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UX Hiring: The Performance Profile is a Game Changer

View the original postAfter all these years, it still amazes me how much a single document can improve the teams we build, and the products and services our teams deliver. That single document is a performance profile and it’s a game changer. The idea of the performance profile came from the recruiter Lou Adler. I first read about […]

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Form design patterns webinar, course update, January resolutions

View the original postWebinar, course update, bullet journaling, job update, Veganuary and Red January. # I did a webinar on form design patterns Vitaly from Smashing Magazine invited me to do a webinar on my book Form Design Patterns. I talked about why form design is so important and then I did a live redesign […]

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The Psychology of Misinformation During the 2020 U.S. Elections

View the original postThe post The Psychology of Misinformation During the 2020 U.S. Elections appeared first on Growth.Design.

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Where to put buttons on forms

View the original postThere’s been some comments about this on Twitter. Button placement on forms is often ignored or prioritised based on what looks good. But button placement can make or break a form, and a form can make or break a user’s experience. That’s why it’s essential to get it right. This is more […]

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Form design: from zero to hero all in one blog post

View the original postHi there. If we haven’t met before, I’m Adam and I’m obsessed with designing forms. And I have been for almost 20 years. What is it about forms then? Every meaningful interaction on the web is achieved by a form of some sort. Whether it’s letting users renew their passport, send an […]

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Best Practices for Using Contextual Research to Inform Customer Journey Maps

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3 Platform Updates for Easier, Faster Analysis

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