Les métriques de l’expérience utilisateur, par Jerrod Larson & Daan Lindhout http://boxesandarrows.com/monitoring-user-experience-through-product-usage-metrics/ #UX
@wion the empty space below the textbox in the leftmost column would be a great spot where to place such a feature: submitted toots would be placed there stacked one under the other and gradually fade out as the editing window expires, each with a big fat pencil icon next to it, ready for our editing needs. #UX #Design #Suggestion
Dropdown alternatives for better (mobile) forms https://medium.com/@kollinz/dropdown-alternatives-for-better-mobile-forms-53e40d641b53 #UX #forms #MorningLinks
Simple and good typical examples.
Designing better tables for enterprise applications
Designing The Perfect Date And Time Picker https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2017/07/designing-perfect-date-time-picker/ #UX #usability
@ZeniorXV In order not to reinvent a wheel I suggest to use text reader's notions like "continuous", "one page/message/toot...", " one conversation" etc. reading modes and a way to navigate in that modes:
- in continuous mode we scroll vertically only (as we do now in a timeline);
- in a paged mode we scroll vertically one page (or one conversation...) only and move between pages using horizontal swipe gestures.
@Vavassor @Tusky #Mastodon #UX
Don’t Use Split Buttons for Navigation Menus https://www.nngroup.com/articles/split-buttons-navigation/ #UX #UI #MorningLinks
How Human Memory Works: Tips for UX Designers.
The UX of Zombie Scrolling (and How to Cure it) https://www.sitepoint.com/the-ux-of-zombie-scrollers-and-how-to-cure-it/ #UX #Readability #MorningLinks
UX Research: Stop the Objections! https://blog.prototypr.io/ux-research-stop-the-objections-8db01420a586 #UX #Research #MorningLinks
Good advices to place UX Research at the right time during a product development process.
#MorningLinks #UX #Animation
6 Animation Guidelines for UX Design
Point #exposants RPLL :
À très vite pour ces rencontres 😉 .