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Win 200 UI Design Icons

Win 200 UI Design Icons

Do you have a set of icons to use for the user interface you’re designing? Win a set of 200 UI design icons you can use on your next project by entering this giveaway.

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Stop Misusing Select Menus

Stop Misusing Select Menus

A form has many user interface elements. If you don’t know how to use them all properly, you could make filling out forms difficult for your users. One interface element that’s commonly misused is the select menu.

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Top 5 UX Articles of 2012

Top 5 UX Articles of 2012

It’s time to say goodbye to 2012 and welcome 2013. Before we usher in new year, I’d like to share with you the most popular articles of the year based on pageviews.

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FileSquare Winners

The giveaway for three lifetime prototyping accounts of FileSquare has ended. Thanks to those who participated and the people at FileSquare for making this giveaway possible.

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Why Password Masking Can Hurt Your Sign Up Form

Why Password Masking Can Hurt Your Sign Up Form

Masking passwords is an age-old practice that’s commonly found on sign up and login forms. It’s used to prevent over-the-shoulder snoopers from catching a glance of the user’s password.

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How Designers Can Save Time by Using WordPress Themes

How Designers Can Save Time by Using WordPress Themes

Building a website from scratch is no easy task. It takes time to sketch, wireframe, design and code. This takes even more time if you’re working with a client. Luckily, there’s a way you can cut your work time in half and still deliver great results.

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How Sans-Serif Typeface Styles Affect Readability

How Sans-Serif Typeface Styles Affect Readability

Almost everywhere you look on the web, there’s a sans-serif typeface. Sans-serif typefaces have long been the standard for on-screen text due to their increased readability for low screen resolutions.

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8 Best Resources for Interface Icons

8 Best Resources for Interface Icons

Nothing can make a text link more clear and elegant than placing a relevant icon next to it. Icons serve multiple purposes on a user interface.

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Why It’s Important to Sketch Before You Wireframe

Why It’s Important to Sketch Before You Wireframe

Have you ever had an idea for a website or application? It’s easy to come up with the idea, but the hard part is understanding how that idea will take shape in user interface form. This is where sketching is useful.

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Axutopia License Winners

The Axutopia license giveaway has ended. Out of the 39 people who commented, only three can win a lifetime license of Axutopia worth $97 each. Axutopia is the the largest collection of prototyping widget libraries for Axure RP.

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