1. Guess what. Teeny tiny numbers and angle brackets for shopping site navigation is EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING.
just stop.
Please use big buttons. It’s bad enough on the computer with a cursor, and on a touchscreen device it’s just downright impossible to click the right number.

    Guess what. Teeny tiny numbers and angle brackets for shopping site navigation is EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING.

    just stop.

    Please use big buttons. It’s bad enough on the computer with a cursor, and on a touchscreen device it’s just downright impossible to click the right number.

  2. Wat the f, illustrator? I don’t even know I can’t even comprehend what that might mean!

    Wat the f, illustrator? I don’t even know I can’t even comprehend what that might mean!

  3. thejoyofux:

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    The first barrier that stop a user from using a service is its log screen. User have to invest time and give his credentials to sign up without the guarantee he will like the service.

    In order to encourage user to register, Pinterest landing page give a taste of what he will discover if he sign up. log screen offer an animated blurred preview of the service.

    Reblogged from: thejoyofux
  4. 5 Things Instagram Should Change For A Better User Experience

  5. Usability means making sure something works well, and that a person of average ability or experience can use it for its intended purpose without getting hopelessly frustrated.
    Reblogged from: hum4nbehavi0r
  6. "That one pixel"

    frustrations with bad UI design

  7. Every time I use the iPhone Google Maps app, something pisses me off. In my opinion they keep making it worse and more difficult to use/figure out. For example, I don’t want to see just one result for my search I want to see ALL of them because you are USUALLY WRONG, Google. Also it usually gives me the wrong directions or makes me go a weird way when i could have just turned left.

    /rant

  8. 10 Ways to Pretend You Know UX (When You Don't)

    thehipperelement:

    The most amazing thing, to me, is when people try to pretend that they have expertise when they actually know very little. This is an epidemic in UX. And like any good vaccine, I have to infect you with a small dose so you can kill it in real life. So here is my guide to how it’s done.


    jargon. ew.

    Reblogged from: thehipperelement
  9. In the item view, there is a heart icon for you to add the product to your favorites. But the only clickable spot is the circle button, which is quite small. If you happen to press slightly outside of that circle you will be clicking the photo instead and it takes you to the photos view. This happens to me all the time so then I have to touch the back button and then try again, usually failing many times. 

    What they should do is make the whole square corner area around the icon a button:

  10. shigekey:

Amazing Mobile App UI Designs with Ultimate UX | Inspiration | Graphic Design Junction
    Reblogged from: euphoriaformyeyes
  11. SJQHUB™ // B&I Dashboard

by Jonathan Quintin
 

 

    SJQHUB™ // B&I Dashboard

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