Archive for the ‘interfaces’ Category

15 Ways to Write Self-documenting JavaScript

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Isn't it fun to find a comment in code that's completely out of place and useless? It's an easy mistake to make: you change some code, and forget to remove or update the comment. A bad comment won't break your code, but imagine what would happen when ...

This Interface Is A (Good) Joke!

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  For a few years now, a mild debate has simmered over "delightful" interaction design. For some, features that instill delight, as long as they don’t interfere with the fundamental capabilities of the system, sit with pleasure atop Maslow...

Nobody Wants To Use Your Product

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  Every morning, designers wake up to happily work on their products, be they digital or physical, with an inner belief that people will want to use their products and will have a blast doing so. Perhaps that is a slight generalization; howev...

Designing Web Interfaces For Kids

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  Kids spend a lot of time online, and their cognitive and physical limitations present many challenges to them when they do so. Pair that with poorly designed content and dark patterns, and you have a bad mix. As designers on the web, we hav...