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7 Practical Tips for Cheating at Design – Refactoring UI

7 Practical Tips for Cheating at Design – Refactoring UI
When there are multiple actions a user can take on a page, it’s easy to fall into the trap of designing those actions based purely on semantics. Frameworks like Bootstrap sort of encourage this by giving you a menu of semantic styles to choose from whenever you’re adding a new button: “Is this a positive action? Make the button green.” “Does this delete data? Make the button red.” Semantics are an important part of button design, but there’s a more important dimension that’s commonly forgotten: hierarchy. Every action on a page sits somewhere in a pyramid of importance. Primary actions should be obvious. “What about destructive actions, shouldn’t they always be red?” Not necessarily! Save the big, red, and bold styling for when that negative action actually is the primary action in the interface, like in a confirmation dialog:

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Seriously, you need to start documenting your UX work “I can’t remember what I did for that project, it was 8 months ago!” “I can’t find all the artifacts and deliverables from the project.” “I can’t get this case study written.” If you can relate to any of these frustrations, then you’re not alone. 7 free icon sets to download on Dribbble Did you know that Dribbble has some new expanded Shot filtering capabilities? Next time you’re browsing on Dribbble take a look at the new categories and options at the top of your screen. You can filter Shots by tags, colors, attachments, and even which app was used to create the work. Now, we’re grateful to know that Dribbblers are as generous as they are talented, so using the filters we went through and found a menagerie of free icon sets that have been created and shared by the community. Take a moment to peruse these free icon downloads offered by your fellow designers.

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Top 15 UI Test Automation Best Practices You Should Follow In the past several years, I have heard many engineers from various projects complain about the stability and the reliability of UI automation tests. But are they really so unstable and unreliable? Believe me, they are not!

The future is dark. – By Digiti Dark mode is here and it’s here to stay Our daily screen time is going up every day, and every day, new screens are added to our daily routines, from the moment we wake up till we got back to sleep at night. This is rather new, our eyes are not used to so much screentime so late in the evening.