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LA VEILLE HEBDO DE NOS DESIGNERS – INSPIRATIONS #14

LA VEILLE HEBDO DE NOS DESIGNERS – INSPIRATIONS #14


Philanthropy Report ’16

par Cory Dumas


ARTICLE

Using interactions to shape user behavior patterns

This article demonstrates the potential that interactions have in shaping behavior patterns. And in order to do that we’ll be looking at an interaction that Facebook Messenger rolled out a few months ago. It’s possible that you’ve already seen the interaction. If you haven’t, do a long press on any of your chats on Messenger.

par Shashank Sahay


Red Sox 2017 Schedule

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Mobile music application

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Two Fundamental Approaches to Designing UX

Picture Jon. Jon is a first adopter (early consumer) of a startup that’s trying to design a better way to roast salmon using a toaster oven. He’s smart, 35, and a working professional. He spends his evenings answering work emails and watching Dora the Explorer with his two young daughters.

Now, as a designer working for the startup, your task is simple: make Jon’s salmon roasting experience out-of-this-world-amazing. What do you do?

par Chriss Lee


Zoo de Granby

par Agence lg2


Gyro brand website

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We Transfer Backgrounds

par Bernardo Henning


Balzac Web

par Anagrama Studio


ARTICLE

Fluid Interfaces

At WWDC 2018 Apple introduced some design principles they called Fluid Interfaces. This article builds upon that knowledge and this is in a way a breakdown of its most important approaches.

Fluid Interfaces is all about prioritizing the user. We want the user to understand what the system is trying to communicate, and we also want the user to feel control.

par Mats Hauge


Deals

par Pascal Gärtner pour DailyDeal