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To help us remain up to date on goings on in the digital design and technology industry we read A LOT here at Every Interaction. We tweet most of the articles we read, but we also keep a log of the interesting posts we find in this blog – What we‘re reading.

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Title case vs sentence case in ui

April 28th 2017

A little thing like capitalisation can be a big dealCan you spot the differences with the messages above? The left side has a few more capital letters than the right side. Big O, little o. Who cares, right?Well, if you…

How NOT to make your product a feature factory

April 19th 2017

An interview with John Cutler, senior product manager at Zendesk. John has written extensively on different product management topics. In one of his most widely read Hacker Noon posts, John discusses what he calls Feature Factories. In this post we explore…

The 10 TED Talks Every UX Designer Needs To Watch

April 18th 2017

Design has always run through TED’s veins—in fact, the ‘D’ in ‘TED’ stands for design. Through the years, the nonprofit has become an outlet of inspiration for many creatives alike.Primarily, design has one ultimate purpose—creating something that users can work…

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9 simple but powerful UX writing tips for designers

April 18th 2017

In Design in Tech 2017, John Maeda’s seminal annual report, Maeda notes that “code is not the only unicorn skill.” His nomination for the other unicorn skill for designers? Writing.This shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone who’s worked in…

Global Web browser stats – a new perspective

April 17th 2017

Think you know the top web browsers?Our traditional idea of the top five browsers may be over-simplified, outdated and skewed.If you attend web developer events in much of Europe and North America, inevitably you will see the same browser logos keep…

Hamburger Menu Alternatives for Mobile Navigation

April 17th 2017

If you’re working on digital products, you have already read dozens of articles describing how and why the hamburger navigation on mobile (and desktop!) hurts UX metrics due of its low discoverability and efficiency. (You can read some of best…

The Study of Design Psychology in UX

April 17th 2017

If you look up “design psychology” you will find that this field typically combines the disciplines of psychology, interior design and architecture to build physical and intentional spaces with meaning. It combines environmental psychology and environmental design, but it is…

Crafting good microcopy is a vital UX skill

April 17th 2017

(Photo by Nina Strehl)Delight is in the detailsWhen I think about the products I love, they all have one thing in common: delightful little details.There’s this coffee shop I visit almost every day. Whenever I order a drink, they always add a…

How to Optimise Your User Onboarding Experience

April 17th 2017

The age-old philosophy, Occam’s Razor states that all things being equal, the simplest and the most direct solution which can be derived with fewer steps, is usually the correct answer to any problem. When it comes to user onboarding, this is…

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