5 UX blogs to inspire you this week


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Posted by Fintan O'Byrne on May 14, 2019

5 UX blogs to inspire you this week

Our last ux article included a UI/UX case study for Vans, a list of UX clich├ęs and how to design an accssbile colour scheme. This compliation includes using comic strips and storyboards to test your concepts and designing for conversions.

  1. You Probably Don’t Need Input Type = “Number”

With HTML5, we have been given tools to make form data more correct, but just because we can, doesn’t mean we always should. In this article, Brad Frost examines a real world issue of using the “number” input type.

  1. Using Comic Strips and Storyboards To Test Your UX Concepts

Visualising your concepts with storyboards and comic strips allows you and your client to clearly see the process and the stages in relation to other parts of their journey.

  1. Airport’s Security Redesign: Effecting Change in Complex Systems

UX case study to determine most common problems in air travel. The designers use research, problem statements and ideation to define the problem and come up with interesting solutions.

  1. Did The Simpsons Predict Pantone’s Colour of the Year?

Is Pantone secretly a Simpsons fan or is it merely coincidence that you can find all their colours of the year for the past 9 years in the Simpsons living room?

  1. Designing for Conversions

Help secure business goals with these tips and tricks for designing with conversions in mind.

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Fintan O'Byrne
Fintan O'Byrne

Fintan joined Arekibo in 2004 and is currently Head of UX. Fintan has a keen interest in digital strategy.