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Privacy UX: Better Notifications And Permission Requests

Privacy UX: Better Notifications And Permission Requests Privacy UX: Better Notifications And Permission Requests Vitaly Friedman 2019-04-18T17:00:49+02:00 2019-04-18T17:05:35+00:00 Part 1: Privacy Concerns And Privacy In Web Forms Part 2: Better Cookie Consent Experiences Part 3: Better Notifications UX And Permission Requests Part 4: Privacy-Aware Design Framework Imagine you are late for one of those meetings that you really don’t want to be late to. You hastily put on your shoes and your coat and fetch your door keys and grasp for the door handle — just to head out in time. As you are stepping down the stairs, you...

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Optimizing Performance With Resource Hints

Optimizing Performance With Resource Hints Optimizing Performance With Resource Hints Drew McLellan 2019-04-17T12:30:16+02:00 2019-04-18T17:05:35+00:00 Modern web browsers use all sorts of techniques to help improve page load performance by guessing what the user may be likely to do next. The browser doesn’t know much about our site or application as a whole, though, and often the best insights about what a user may be likely to do come from us, the developer. Take the example of paginated content, like a photo album. We know that if the user is looking at a photo in an album, the chance of...

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The User’s Perspective: Using Story Structure To Stand In Your User’s Shoes

The User’s Perspective: Using Story Structure To Stand In Your User’s Shoes The User’s Perspective: Using Story Structure To Stand In Your User’s Shoes John Rhea 2019-04-16T16:00:16+02:00 2019-04-18T17:05:35+00:00 Every user interaction with your website is part of a story. The user—the hero—finds themselves on a journey through your website on the way to their goal. If you can see this journey from their perspective, you can better understand what they need at each step, and align your goals with theirs. My first article on websites and story structure, Once Upon a Time: Using Story Structure for Better Engagement, goes...

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Design At Scale: One Year With Figma

Design At Scale: One Year With Figma Design At Scale: One Year With Figma Paul Hanaoka 2019-04-15T13:30:48+02:00 2019-04-18T17:05:35+00:00 This article will be about how large teams can benefit from using more open, collaborative tooling and how to make adoption and migration feasible and pleasant. Also, in case you didn’t guess from the title of the article just yet, a lot of it will be about Figma and how we succeeded at adopting this design tool in our team. The intended audience is experienced designers working in larger teams with design systems, developers or product managers looking to improve the...

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Monthly Web Development Update 4/2019: Design Ethics And Clarity Over Style

Monthly Web Development Update 4/2019: Design Ethics And Clarity Over Style Monthly Web Development Update 4/2019: Design Ethics And Clarity Over Style Anselm Hannemann 2019-04-12T14:44:48+02:00 2019-04-18T17:05:35+00:00 “‘Ethics’ and Ethics” is more than a typical article. It’s a detailed essay exploring what the term ‘ethics’ really means, how its meaning changed in recent times, and how diffusion of responsibility makes it hard to address and fix problems in big organizations. Implementing design ethics, tech ethics, or business ethics as individual responsibilities might seem like a quick and easy solution, however, it’s not a very effective one as they all lack...

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