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===Page Frameworks and Layouts===
===Page Frameworks and Layouts===
''See the Layouts section of [[:Category:Cascading_Style_Sheets | Cascading Style Sheets]]''
''See the Layouts section of [[:Category:Cascading_Style_Sheets | Cascading Style Sheets]]''
* [https://uxdesign.cc/how-white-space-killed-an-enterprise-app-and-why-data-density-matters-b3afad6a5f2a How white space killed an enterprise app (and why data density matters)] by Christie Lenneville and Patrick Deuley

Revision as of 10:07, 29 October 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



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.



See Tools and Colorblindness for more information on color.



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

Content Strategy

See Category: Writing for writing-specific tools.

Content Management Systems

Content Quality / Content Testing

Conducting a Content Audit

Form content

also known as "should you even ask that?"

Link Rot

Social Media content

Data Visualization

Design Containers and Components

Page Frameworks and Layouts

See the Layouts section of Cascading Style Sheets


Form fields



Design Systems


Design Visioning activities


  • 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

HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Iconography and Imagery


Sound Design

  • A comforting lie tells the story of the background hiss you hear on digital phones, even though they don't produce the hiss.



User Behavior

User Research

Visual Hierarchy

  • Proper UI Hierarchy on accssible discusses how flat interfaces damage visual hierarchy and provides some example CSS for correcting them