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How To Design Better Error Messages UX.
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useful guidelines to rethink, rewrite and redesign error messages to help users recover and succeed. Shared on LinkedIn by Vitaly Friedman

UX Metrics That Matter: A Guide To Design KPIs
www.smashingmagazine.com
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Consider establishing design KPIs alongside business KPIs and create a more holistic and healthy mix of metrics that capture user experience and business goals.

Visual Design: Glossary
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Visual design requires knowledge and understanding of many jargon terms. Use this glossary as a reference as you delve into visual and user interface design. Use this glossary to quickly clarify key terms and concepts related to visual design.

Typography Terms: Glossary
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Typography is a key component in almost every digital experience. However, its complexity and jargon make it a common source of misunderstanding. Use this glossary to clarify key definitions related to typography.

AI Challenges and How You Can Overcome Them: How to Design for Trust
www.interaction-design.org
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As a designer, designing for trust in Artificial Intelligence (AI) products is paramount. AI presents unique challenges that require transparent interfaces, clear feedback, and ethical considerations to build user confidence.

10 Types of Cognitive Bias To Watch Out For In UX Research & Design
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Understanding cognitive biases are not only important for UX Research and UX design, but also for navigating everyday life. Bias seeps into our judgment and thinking which can warp the reality of experience based on our subjective views.

Promptframes: Evolving the Wireframe for the Age of AI
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Promptframes complement traditional wireframes by integrating prompt writing and generative AI to increase content fidelity and accelerate the path to user testing. Never use lorem ipsum again.

AI UX-Design Tools Are Not Ready for Primetime: Status Update
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Our research and evaluation show that there are currently few design-specific AI tools that meaningfully enhance UX design workflows. As of Spring 2024, AI isn’t ready for designers to take advantage of them. AI tools won’t be replacing UX designers any time soon. Currently available LLM-based tools are not shortcutting steps in the design process

5 Cognitive Psychology Theories that Contribute to the Quality of UX Design
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User experience is about understanding people, their wants, needs, expectations, and predicting them. But, as a UX designer, you have the power to manage user experience and create a product in a way that will guide a consumer to the result you expect. That’s exactly what we are going to focus on today.

Interactive UX Maps 101 (4min video)
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Related ArticleBuilding Interactive UX MapsInteractions can be applied to high-fidelity UX maps to showcase user research and further engage with stakeholders.

Design Systems vs. Style Guides
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Design systems are a set of standards (like Google’s Material Design or IBM’s Carbon Design System) needed to manage design at scale. Style guides (like content or visual style guides) are just one piece in a design system.

CARE: Structure for Crafting AI Prompts
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To get better results from generative-AI chatbots, write CAREful prompts. Include context, what you’re asking the system to do, rules for how to do it, and examples of what you want.

AI-Powered Tools for UX Research: Issues and Limitations
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Be skeptical of the marketing claims being made by AI tools designed for UX researchers. Many of these systems are not able to do everything they claim.

Dark patterns versus behavioural nudges in UX - Where do we draw the ethical line when designing choices?
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There’s a powerful force that flows through every user interface (UI): psychology. But like a certain force from a galaxy far, far away, psychology can be used for good or evil. On the light side we have behavioural nudges; on the dark side we have, well, dark patterns.

The Dunning-Kruger Effect
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The Dunning-Kruger effect is a cognitive bias that impacts individuals' perception of their own abilities. For designers and clients, this bias can have significant implications for the overall quality of the user experience. If designers recognize the risks associated with the Dunning-Kruger effect and implement strategies to minimize its impact,

13/05/2024
Why Designers Aren’t Understood (3 mins)
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As designers, especially in large enterprises, we often might feel misunderstood and underappreciated. It might feel like every single day you have to fight for your users, explain yourself and defend your work. It’s unfair, exhausting, painful and frustrating.

13/05/2024
Hidden vs. Disabled In UX (4 mins)
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Both hiding and disabling features can be utterly confusing to users. And for both, we need very, very good reasons. Let’s take a closer look at what we need to consider when it comes to hiding and disabling — and possible alternatives that help enhance the UX.

Traditional Usability Testing Might Be Causing You Problems
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Traditional usability tests are great, but they are not always the most appropriate tool for the job.

13/05/2024
Planning Research with Generative AI
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With the proper context, prompts, and scrutiny, AI chatbots can be used to create a successful user-research plan.

What is Whitespace? (3 min video)
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Whitespace is an effective principle to achieve a balanced design, making it easier for your users to scan and read. Consider using a consistent spacing system and the proximity principle to achieve a balanced use of whitespace.

How to design accessible forms in 10 steps
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While completing a form isn’t usually a particularly fun task for a user, it is often a necessary step of a process. For example, a user might be asked to fill out a short form with payment details to buy an item or they might have to complete a form as part of a job application.

What is Prompt Engineering?
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Prompt engineering is the process of creating effective prompts for artificial intelligence (AI) systems. A prompt in AI is a specific instruction or input given to an AI system to elicit a desired response or output. Effective prompt engineering results in good communication between the user and the AI system, where the user guides the AI systems

How will patterns and experiences evolve in a world shaped by Artificial Intelligence?
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AI is accelerating change. Companies are reacting by “doing AI”without prioritizing the experience of the people on the receiving end–Design is more important than ever. To respond, we must get smart, fast. This starts with understanding the emerging patterns of interaction, affordances, and heuristics in an AI world. The pages below are summaries

Diamond Prompting in UX Work
jakobnielsenphd.substack.com
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The dual prompting approach in AI-driven UX design distinguishes between exploratory and detail-refining phases. Alternating these prompt styles can optimize your UX strategies and harness AI's potential for innovation and precision. Use both zero-shot and few-shot prompting for greater breadth and depth in creative problem-solving.

Useful Legal Documents and Templates For Designers
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A good contract is key to starting a client project off successfully. It sets the right expectations and prevents misunderstandings and, ultimately, potential legal problems. Let’s take a closer look at how to create legal documents that protect everyone’s interests, as well as handy templates and frameworks you can use right away.

Design Patterns For... Almost Anything!
smart-interface-design-patterns.com
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UI components and design patterns, from dashboards and design systems to data visualization and presentation decks — all in one single post.

3 Types of Online Calculator and Quiz Tools
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Most calculator and quiz tools provide at least one or more of the following services: converting inputs, predicting the future, or providing recommendations.

Calculators and Quizzes: User Expectations
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Calculators and quizzes provide personalized information. Users approach these tools with an exploratory mindset and appreciate them while making decisions.

Designing For Edge Cases and Exceptions (4 mins)
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To prevent failure and make our designs more resilient, we need to explore edge cases and exceptions already during the design process. Let’s take a closer look at what to watch out for.

Designer’s Guide To Redesign, Step-By-Step
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Good redesigns are evolutions, not revolutions. Useful guidelines on when and how to redesign, how to avoid pitfalls and how to help users embrace the new design.

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