Here’s our round up of the most useful user experience (UX) design resources we’ve come across recently.
Finding Agile Nirvana with the One Feature Release (Crisp’s Blog)
“One common attempt at shortening the time of up-front design work is the practice of designing an “MVP,” or a Minimum Viable Product. Now, I am a huge proponent of MVPs. But the problem with MVPs is that most teams seem to focus on the M and P and sort of ignore the whole “Viable” thing. In other words, MVP design becomes a somewhat absurd exercise in creating a supposed minimal product with a supposed minimal feature set, when in the end you’re actually just designing the, um, product. The only real difference is that you’re calling what you’re doing an “MVP.”
‘View Full Site’ Must Die (UIE)
“When “View Full Site” first started appearing, they made perfect sense. It was a great CYA design maneuver. If our mobile-optimized design missed something our user needed, these three words came to the rescue. But now, it could be doing more harm than good.
The state of mobile user experience (Nielsen Norman Group)
NNG’s latest research on mobile usability shows an improvement in mobile user experience.
The Accessibility Project
“For many web developers, accessibility is complex and somewhat difficult. The Accessibility Project understands that and we want to help to make web accessibility easier for front end developers to implement.”
Accessibility Originates With UX: A BBC iPlayer Case Study (Smashing Magazine)
“It’s very easy to get bogged down by accessible output and to forget that, ultimately, accessibility is about people.” Henny Swan shares her experience of working on the accessibility of the BBC’s iPlayer.
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