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How to combat with info overload →
 
How to avoid presenting so much data that you leave the user unable to make a decision.
 
Marking required fields in forms →
 
Using asterisk for required fields, or indicating the ones that are optional?
 
Experimenting in UX research →
 
Design thinking, failing fast, iterating, and other popular design buzzwords.
 
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Stories from the community
One design concept, infinite revisions? →

On building flexibility into your creative process.

How to improve your product with Lean UX →

Processes that are quick, sustainable, and flexible.

How I overcame the fear of testing my design →

Who loves the feeling of being rejected?

 
More top stories:
 
The UI commute: why screens are burning you out →

How good UX leads to great security →

Writing a press release before jumping into Design →
News & ideas
Facebook Libra
Facebook launches Libra (cryptocurrency) and Calibra (app), with a serious trust problem.
 
Spot the Fake →
Adobe has an ambitious plan to help the public spot fake images.
 
Atoms & Ions →
Introducing “Ions”, an extension to the Atomic Design concept.
 
Sustainable Web →
A manifesto about making the web a more sustainable, open, and honest place.
 
Featured work: Lucie Bajgart →

 
Tools & resources
Iconography 101 →
A comprehensive guide about iconography, its whys and hows. 
 
Mind Maps →
Whimsical is launching mind maps to help organize your ideas.
 
Baseline Grids →
A thorough investigation into a commonly overlooked design element.
 
Pock →
Display your MacOS doc on your Touch Bar.
 
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