Topics: Design / UX

Design and user experience take into account the aesthetics of a site, the organization of its content, and the way in which users are able (or unable) to interact with it.

  1. (Issue No. 34)
    Reflecting on the Revamped Sherpa

    Our Publisher Aaron turns the spotlight on the Sherpa site and walks through some of the choices we made for the mobile-first overhaul of this site.

  2. Using Photoshop in Responsive Workflows

    Answered by Dan Mall on 15 April 2014

    Great question! When I want to show someone the best representation of a web site, I shoot for the highest fidelity in the shortest amount of time. That dichotomy between fidelity and…
  3. (Issue No. 28)
    Tracking Printed Pages (or How to Validate Assumptions)

    What guides your project decisions? Data or assumptions? Adrian discusses the importance of tracking site features, like print styles, to inform how and where you invest effort.

  4. (Issue No. 26)
    Responsive Webfont Icons

    Don’t fear icons in responsive web designs. Jason shows you how to replace images with webfonts to create scalable icons for any interface.

  5. (Issue No. 25)
    Storytelling in Web Design

    Denise explains the importance of storytelling in website and app design by comparing and contrasting two history-focused sites.

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