Category: UX

GlooMaps – our new visual sitemap tool!

Create your visual sitemap on the go – easy peasy

With GlooMaps it’s really easy to create your own sitemaps fast and efficiently.

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5 Common Mistakes Ecommerce Sites Make And How to Avoid Them




When it comes to running an ecommerce website, there are thousands of things that could go wrong, interrupting a potential customer on his journey from engagement to conversion. Though many of these issues are difficult to anticipate, there are a few which … Read full article

Usability Testing with Wireframes

One of the most important benefits of creating prototypes is that they allow you to gather feedback quickly on the earliest incarnations of your ideas. While there is a benefit to taking some time to let your creative juices come to a full simmer, when Read full article

Which fidelity are you wireframing?

I once worked with an Information Architect who insisted on building his wireframes with exceptional attention to detail. Years before the availability of modern, time-saving prototyping tools, he assembled massively multi-layered, full-color prototypes in Visio. Obsessively documenting each and every interaction in what was, admittedly, Read full article

Building your own UI widget library for wireframing

Your own UI widget library represents a powerful tool in the modern UX field. A properly designed library can:

  • Reduce the amount of rework necessary for creating common objects that reappear frequently across an organization’s digital assets.
  • Provide a basis for maintaining a consistent sense
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Who Comes to the Wireframing Party?

Involving as many people as possible in the wireframing process is important, but who, exactly, should we include in the collaborative process? How should we define their roles and responsibilities? Who should be invited to participate, and who should be required to participate?


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The Case for Collaborative Wireframing

Imagine that you’re in front of a client presenting your wireframes. And about 1/2 way into the conversation you realize that their eyes are glazing over, or they’re nodding and smiling. But, no one is asking any questions.


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UX Design Patterns for Wearables

From the 3-D buttons and drop shadows of the early web to current flat-design methodologies, user interfaces in recent years have gone through a rapid succession of transformations. Recently, web designs for the desktop browser have mostly shifted to mobile UX paradigms. Current design attitudes Read full article