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==Hilarious Gaffes and Humor==
 
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* [https://mobile.twitter.com/DanGraur/status/714167495511318529  Reuters & its policy of replacing the terms "queen" & "the queen" with "Queen Elizabeth."] by Dan Graur on Twitter
 
* [https://mobile.twitter.com/DanGraur/status/714167495511318529  Reuters & its policy of replacing the terms "queen" & "the queen" with "Queen Elizabeth."] by Dan Graur on Twitter
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==Navigation==
 
==Navigation==

Revision as of 12:43, 11 February 2019

I'm a UX Designer, so these are my UX Designer tools.

(Also, there may be good things in Category: Behavior you want to read.)

User Experience Design


Accessibility


Animation


Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

  • Specification gaming examples in AI by Victoria Krakovna links to a master list of times artificial intelligence and/or machine learning went horribly wrong, generally in the field of games.


Color

See Tools and Colorblindness for more information on color.

Category:Color

Conferences

  • Confs.tech is a full list of conferences in the tech industry.


Content Strategy

See Category: Writing for writing-specific tools.

Conducting a Content Audit

Data Visualization


Design Containers and Components

Navigation

Form fields

Search


Design Systems


Examples


Freelancing/Consulting

  • The Pause Clause by NGenWorks discusses an entry in their contracts that essentially says if the client is more than 10 days late with a deliverable, the project goes on hold until the client responds.


Gender issues in Design


Hilarious Gaffes and Humor


HTML, CSS, and JavaScript


Iconography and Imagery

Navigation

  • Great Alternatives to Hamburger Menus by UX Planet lists a number of menu alternatives for global and local navigation when you don't want your mobile experience stuffed in a hamburger menu.


Recruiting


Tools


Typography


User Behavior


User Research