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Vernon Fowler

When to hide and show navigation | Gerry McGovern - 1 views

  • Another example of where hiding navigation makes sense is where your customers have a “super task”. This is a task that is way more important than all the other tasks, like booking a flight or a room.
  • The core purpose of navigation is to help you progress on the journey you have decided to go on.

  • when a customer has chosen a particular journey, it is usually a good idea to hide all the navigation that is not directly relevant to that journey
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  • why has the hamburger menu got such a bad reputation? Because it was nearly always implemented from an organization-centric point of view
dennisvdb

Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc - 9 views

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    Can I use input numbers? Can I use this CSS3 feature? Get insights and browser support on the elements and features you want to use.
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    Can I use input numbers? Can I use this CSS3 feature? Get insights and browser support on the elements and features you want to use.
Vernon Fowler

Myth #2: All pages should be accessible in 3 clicks - UX Myths - 2 views

  • the constant scent of information along the user’s path
  • it’s not the number of clicks but the well-labeled links with information scent that play a key role in usability
  • replace the three-click rule with the one-click rule: “Every click or interaction should take the user closer to their goal while eliminating as much of the non-destination as possible
Laura Reed

How to Get More eCommerce Sales with Fewer Visitors - SitePoint - 6 views

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    "This article is about sales and how to get more of them - by making people trust you, by removing frictions from your landing page, by engaging with potential customers."
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    "This article is about sales and how to get more of them - by making people trust you, by removing frictions from your landing page, by engaging with potential customers."
Alvar Laigna

2016 JavaScript Rising Stars - 3 views

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    Web trends on frameworks, tools, IDE's, both back- and frontend, mobile and desktop.
Vernon Fowler

Your Body Text Is Too Small - 0 views

  • Some examples of sans-serif fonts that work well for large body text include Atlas Grotesk, Futura, Lato, Maison Neue, Real Text, Roboto, and
  • Some examples of serif fonts that work well for large body text include Equity, Franziska, Leitura News, Merriweather, Miller, PT Serif, and
  • better to optically select a font size according to near-finalized colors, or in different color scenarios
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  • a better starting point would be 20px on small desktop displays and greater. We should only have to resort to 16px for body copy on very small mobile devices
  • down to the eye again to optically adjust the letter-spacing and font size together
  • the optimal line length, or number of characters per line (CPL) in typography is around 55 to 75
  • line height should also be relative to the font size as it scales up for larger displays
  • This is not about having the biggest body text, because biggest isn’t best. It’s about optimizing for the best reading experience you can possibly give your users
  • sites that have adopted bigger body text even at small desktop or laptop resolutions such as 1440 x 900. They go from 20px all the way up to 58px!
Laura Reed

Design Elements and Principles - Canva - 8 views

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    "There's always a lot to learn, a lot to do, and a lot to consider when you're a beginner - not to mention the fact that technology is constantly evolving, new software is being released, and new trends are coming at you rapid-fire. Truth be told, it can get a little overwhelming.

    So, let's slow things down a little bit. This article will take you through 20 principles of design to hopefully give you a headstart in this creative environment. So, stay tuned, get comfy, and let's discuss some principles"
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