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UX Guidelines for Recommended Content
Recommendation engines are now common on a variety of websites and apps, often using some kind of artificial intelligence (AI) to drive personalized choices.
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5 weeks ago by roboto
Consistency in Design is the Wrong Approach
Current Knowledge is a much better way to think about the problem. Consistency in design is about making elements uniform—having them look and behave the same way. We often hear designers talk about consistent navigation, consistent page layouts, or consistent control elements.
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5 weeks ago by roboto
“All Technology is Assistive,” by Sara Hendren for WIRED
**All technology is assistive technology.** Honestly — what technology are you using that’s not assistive? … Making a persistent, overt distinction about “assistive tech” embodies the second-tier do-gooderism and banality that still dominate design work targeted toward “special needs.”
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8 weeks ago by beep
“guiding principles for an adaptive technology working group”, by Sara Hendren
We presume, always, that technology is never neutral. And accordingly, we seek to create tools for conviviality, in the sense that Ivan Illich laid out in his book of the same name. Tools that are “accessible, flexible, noncoercive.” We won’t be perfect at it, but we won’t shy away from hard questions: What will it cost? What might be unintended consequences? What have we overlooked?
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8 weeks ago by beep
AI UX: 7 Principles of Designing Good AI Products
One thing we can learn from the latest fatal Tesla accident: AI and machine learning products need very careful designing. In this article, I will go through the seven basic AI UX principles products should follow.
With the arrival of AI products, we enter a new era where machines start to behave differently. They not only perform our orders, but they do things by themselves. This will change how people react, how we behave and what we expect from these products. As designers, we aim to create useful, easy-to-understand products in order to bring clarity to this shady new world of machine learning. Most importantly, we want to use the power of AI to make people’s lives easier and more joyful.
AI  designprinciples  productdesign  machine-learning  article  Prototyping 
8 weeks ago by gwippich - Everything I Learned in Design School
This is (almost) everything I learned in design school in one website. Getting a design degree is not a waste of time. In fact, it's one of the best decisions I've ever made. However, most people aren't as lucky to have the sort of professors I did. Some people don't have the access, the ability, or the time to go to school for this stuff. And frankly, that 10-week design intensive is not going to make you a fantastic designer right out of the gate. You need something more.

You have to be self-sufficient. You have to be hungry to learn.

That's why this website exists. This is a list of everything I've found useful in my journey of learning design, and an ongoing list of things I think you should read. This is for budding UX, UI, Interaction, or whatever other title designers.
resources  Inspiration  education  designprinciples  designthinking  linkcollection  basics 
8 weeks ago by gwippich
Design Principles
An Open Source collection of Design Principles and methods
9 weeks ago by sanchit
Checkbox vs Toggle Switch – UX Planet
Forms provide several controls that make it easier to collect input from users. Using the right control at right place is a challenge while designing forms. A checkbox control has three states…
ux  designprinciples  ui  usability 
august 2018 by saraelizabethbiz
Design Principles FTW
The most comprehensive collection of Design Principles on the Internet.
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august 2018 by kopfbunt
Design Principles
An open source collection of Design Principles and methods.
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august 2018 by kopfbunt
Checkbox vs Toggle Switch
Forms provide several controls that make it easier to collect input from users. Using the right control at right place is a challenge while designing forms. A checkbox control has three states: unselected, selected, and indeterminate.
design  designprinciples  designsystem  ixd 
august 2018 by roboto

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