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Well, this surely is a bit away from traditional wireframing and sketching, but I just needed to share these inspirational business podcasts somehow. Fact is, I’ve been listening to these for quite some time now and they have been driving a big chunk of my thinking recently. They are all very entrepreneurial and startup oriented in nature while highly motivational as well. Personally, I found them as a nice way to complement the morning commute while stirring lots of business thinking. The list goes on starting from my favorite at the top: The Business of Freelancing Podcast

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GUI elements Open topic with navigation Reference: GUIs GUI elements The basic GUI elements are: Check boxes Buttons Label buttons Radio buttons Sliders Droplists Text boxes Complete Guide To Responsive Web Design In this article we'll discuses on Responsive Design and Steps to implement Responsive Design in the web. Responsive Web design is the approach that suggests the design and development should respond to the user's behavior, responding to behavior means the website must adopt to environment based on platform & orientation and also screen size even if the user changes the size of browser or screen. It's a practice consisting of a mix of flexible grids and layouts, images and an intelligent use of CSS media queries. The web site must automatically switch to accommodate for resolution, image size and scripting abilities as the user switches from their laptop to tablets or change the screen size.

The Top UX Predictions for 2015 As we mentioned last week when we gave you the top UX trends of 2014, it's been a big year for experience design. 2015 shows all signs of being an even bigger one, with experience design sinking deeper into products, services, organizations, and the lives of those who interact with them. Without further ado, here are some predictions for 2015 from our contributors: A Rise in “Slippy” UX - Shannon Copfer, JW Player Up until now, we’ve seen a lot of focus on creating “sticky” user experiences—experiences that engage the user and keep them interested, as well as bringing them back for more. “Sticky” has been considered one of the most desirable design traits possible—a way for digital experience designers to show off their talent, eliciting “oohs” and “ahhs” from consumers, critics, and peers alike.

20 Effective Examples of Web and Mobile Wireframe Sketches A wireframe sketch is the initial hand-drawn design process, using paper and pen/pencil, of what a website design will look like. And to help you get inspiration as well as effective reference points, this article features 20 impressive web and mobile wireframe sketches. But first, you might be wondering why the heck you should create a wireframe sketch of your web design. A Closer Look At the Blueprint CSS Framework Blueprint is a CSS framework that can save you time and headaches when working on any project that involves HTML and CSS, whether it be with Rails, PHP, or just laying out an HTML page. In this tutorial you will get a look at the inner workings of Blueprint and we'll take a look at demo application that uses Blueprint to get a better idea of how to use actually use the framework. 1.

Move from Website Optimizer to Content Experiments - Analytics Help Google Website Optimizer is no longer available. We invite you to use Google Analytics Content Experiments to test your website and take advantage of the robust segmentation and ease-of-use provided by Google Analytics. About Google Analytics Content Experiments Internet Traffic is now 51% Non-Human So you thought the Internet was made by and for people? Think again. A study by Incapsula, a provider of cloud-based security for web sites (mind you where this data comes from), concludes that 51% of all Internet traffic is generated by non-human sources such as hacking software, scrapers and automated spam mechanisms. How To Become A UX Leader - Smashing Magazine Let’s say you run a UX team. Better yet, let’s say you don’t. Let’s say you just want to do great work. You’re a consultant. You’re a newbie.

The Top 8 Placeholder Services for Web Designers In the last year, there's been a wave of helpful placeholder services. What's a placeholder? Well, when you're working on a new website, isn't it a waste of time to use stock images, cropped to the right dimensions? A placeholder service allows you to automatically use a random image at the desired dimensions with minimal effort. In the last week, I've compiled a list - in no particular order - of what I consider to be the most useful and flexible placeholder services on the web. Certainly, for most of you, you'll end up picking one or two of the following to use in your own projects. Prolonging the magic … A4 sketching paper – Henk Wijnholds Sunday December 27, 2009 Our daily sketching and prototyping work used to focus itself mainly on desktop applications. These days mobile is getting a larger and larger share of our design time. Not all sketching and prototyping tools for desktop applications work well for mobile apps. Therefore we need to broaden our arsenal of tools so we can more efficiently prototype mobile applications.

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