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nngroup.com

Best Font for Online Reading: No Single Answer

Among high-legibility fonts, a study found 35% difference in reading speeds between the best and the worst.

userinterviews.com

The State of User Research 2022 Report

The 4th annual State of User Research report unpacks survey data from 562 UXRs to uncover trends in research tools, teams, salaries, and methods.

theturnsignalblog.com

Swiping vs Tapping, What is Less Distracting to Drivers?

Is it possible to design touch interactions such that they are as user-friendly as physical controls? I did a home experiment to try to answer this.

theanglebracket.com

The Angle Bracket

The results of a tournament conducted via Twitter polls asking what everyone's favorite HTML tags are. Would reality win over memes?

biasedbydesign.com

Biased by Design

A resource for cultivating awareness of when and how cognitive bias can be introduced into the design process.

css-tricks.com

2021 Roundup of Web Research

It is pretty interesting to not only see what trends are emerging in our industry (and those adjacent to it) but how those trends trend over time.

theturnsignalblog.com

Is Gesture Interaction a Valid Alternative To Touch Interaction in Cars?

Let's find out if gesture interaction is a valid alternative to existing methods or if it is just a gimmick

uxtools.co

2021 Design Tools Survey

Find your next tool from the responses of thousands of designers around the world.

push-conference.com

This Thursday, hundreds of UX friends gather at PUSH UX 2021Sponsored

Join us online! Two days of inspiration around UX and designing responsibly. Speakers include Indi Young, Andy Budd, Daniel Burka and many more.

medium.com

Involving Users With Disabilities in Your Accessibility Efforts

Accessibility is first and foremost about people, not about standards and compliance.

designregression.com

Line length revisited: following the research

Recent eye movement research is reviewed which questions whether long line lengths do cause reading difficulties.

push-conference.com

PUSH UX 2021 • October 21/22 • Live & OnlineSponsored

🚀 Two days of inspiration on all things UX! Join us for 18 talks, 14 interactive sessions and hundreds of UX friends at a unique & interactive event

uxtools.co

Quicker UX Research Synthesis

After conducting research, here are some ways I’ve learned to synthesize it quickly without falling behind.

uxtools.co

The Best UX Research Methods in a Pinch

Over the years, I’ve found a collection of highly-efficient UX research methods that I rely on when I have little time or money.

uxtools.co

Fast and Cheap Ways to Find UX Research Participants

Proven methods for finding research participants when you’re low on time or low on budget.

builtformars.com

YouTube Shorts vs TikTok

A user experience (UX) case study, showing what they’ve done right, and what they could improve on.

jonyablonski.com

Cognitive Bias and the Design Process

A look at the systematic errors in thinking that affects decisions and judgment during the design process.

uxplanet.org

How OnlyFans Design Hooks You Up

Today you will learn how OnlyFans onboards new customers, creates habit loops, drives our behavior, and hooks us up.

theturnsignalblog.com

The eHMI: How Autonomous Cars Will Communicate With the Outside World

A safe traffic flow depends a lot on non-verbal communication. So what happens when drivers will be replaced by computers?

theturnsignalblog.com

The Rise of Touch Screens in Cars Explained

Touch screens are not the problem per se, but car companies' design execution is.