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UX Design Tutorial for Beginners (2020)

First of all hi and welcome to UX UI design essentials I’m thrilled to be with you on this journey And it’s my absolute pleasure to be introducing one of my passions to you today user experience and user interface design in This short essentials course you’ll learn the basics
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22 Tips For a Better Hotel Website

Here are 22 tips to keep in mind for a better hotel website, with no order of importance followed. Number 1 : clean, neat and simple design which also takes branding into consideration. Nowadays the trend is big bold statements and images and more scroll, but less text, fewer links
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Five important web design trends: March 2019 | Friday Five

Hi, I’m Rebecca And in this week’s Friday Five I’m looking at the digital design trends that we think are going to be a big deal this year. Animated, dynamic gradients are a great way to add depth and interest to a page. We’ve seen a lot of brands using
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Sketch Web Design Course: E-commerce Checkout Page Design Part 1 of 2

I’m Hunter from Skillthrive and welcome to the first lesson in this two-part Sketch tutorial. In this lesson I’ll begin the project, create symbols for the color palette, and create the purchase modal for the checkout design concept. If you’d like to download the final Sketch file that I’m creating
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Homepage Design: Notifications | UX/UI Design | Product Design | Udacity

Another big piece of the user experience are notifications. Notifications allow you to communicate with the user, and they can take many different forms, text messages, emails, push notifications, icons, vibrations, banners, and alerts. You’ll need to think carefully about how often you notify users and what forms those notifications
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Better Labels for Website Links: the 4 S’s for Encouraging Clicks

When you’re writing label text for links, remember the four S’s to improve findability, discoverability, and accessibility of your content. First, links should be specific. A link’s primary purpose is to communicate to users what they’re going to find on the other side of a click or a tap. Vague
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Homepage Design: Payment Forms | UX/UI Design | Product Design | Udacity

Payment forms are another type of form that you’ll likely use in your product. You’ll want to keep these simple and easy to use, so that way the user can focus on purchasing the product. You’ll also want to provide different payment options. This form looks a little long, but
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Homepage Design | UX/UI Design | Product Design | Udacity

The home screen of a website or the loading screen of your mobile app, will be the first impression for users. And you want to make sure that you get this right. Here’s Udacity’s homepage as of April 2015. A clear goal headlines the page, and there’s plenty of white
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The 6 Stages of a Web Design Project – UX Design Principles

Designing a website can be a long process, but it doesn’t have to be. I think it really comes down to what it is you want to achieve from the website. If it’s just a brochure website where you’re just kind of showcasing your products or your service it doesn’t
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