TAG: Interface Design

More on Burying the Sign Up Button

Why the counter-intuitive removal of sign-up actually helps you focus on your user’s goals.

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Why you should bury your sign up button

A lesson I learned while trying to make a button so hot you would want to lick the screen.

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What our home pages are really saying (a dialog)

Imagine a website could talk. Here is what most of the conversations would be like.

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Redesigned: Facebook Logout Button

A more accurate version of Facebook’s logout button.

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How Instagram stays in focus

A quick look at Instagram’s unique release model: make what you have better instead of adding stuff.

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Netflix in danger of ruining their user experience

Or, the moment when Netflix jumped the shark.

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Interface design is copywriting

Kind of impossible to separate the skills of interface design and copywriting.

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5 Reasons why Google+ is interesting UI.

The Google+ launch has been very positive for Google so far. I think it’s interesting from a UI standpoint for several reasons: 1. Andy Hertzfeld is lead Designer. This surprised a lot of people. Andy Hertzfeld is one of the original Apple Macintosh team members and is the lead designer of Google+, focusing on the […]

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Writing Microcopy

The fastest way to improve your interface is to improve your copy-writing.

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Demystifying Interaction Design

If interaction design isn’t about supporting and influencing behavior…then what exactly are you doing?

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