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Flashback Friday (Nov 23-27): Best Articles This Week

A roundup of the most interesting content that caught our eye this week. Featuring our picks of the best articles from around the web - we hope you enjoy reading as much as we did.

How to Improve Your Website Experience: 10 User Testing Tools to Try

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When our jeans no longer fit, we buy new ones. When our coffee pot starts to make a funny noise, we beeline it to Bed Bath & Beyond to pick up a replacement. Seems reasonable, right? So what makes your website any different? When performance declines, will you settle for the same results month after month? Or will you make a change?

Misused mobile UX patterns

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If you are an experienced designer, you probably agree that being inspired by others is not stealing in UI design. It's best practice research. It's using design patterns. It's following the guidelines. It's making sure to use patterns that your users are familiar with to create usable interfaces.

11 websites that perfect UX by focusing on details

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Charles Eames said, "The details are not the details. They make the design." A website is a composite of details-and its content is communicated through them. Whether designed to provide information or serve as an app, a well-executed site is one that has turned a critical eye to everything, from the copy to images to layout.

7 Methods for Improving UX with Motion Design

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Animation in apps has taken on a new and improved meaning. Unlike the flashy, confusing website animations of the old days, new animation is clean, smooth, and easy to navigate. Forget what you know about GIFs, obnoxious ads, and Flash websites. Those are things of the past.

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