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10 Common Mistakes When UI/UX Designers Create Website Buttons

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Buttons, as well as links, are the most widely-used interaction elements in web design and can be found on almost every website. Buttons that commonly appear on the websites can be classified into two categories: those with submit function and those equivalent to a link. Links that should be emphasized in the websites are naturally represented as buttons. Then how to create website buttonscorrectly so as to make it easy for uses to finish their operations? Sometimes designers make several errors when they create web buttons. Here are 10 common mistakes when UI/UX designers create website buttons. 1. Using a “reset” button It’s nonsense. Why would a user want to reset what he/she has just completed? If a mistake is made, he/she can edit it rather than resetting all the contents and restarting. Worse still, the reset buttons are usually located on the left side and thus can be easily clicked by accident. Who knows how much business has been lost by frustrated users leaving the site aft…

The Best UX/UI Designer Tools, Resources, Blogs & Books Collection

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It can be intimidating to get into user experience, but don’t fear: there’s plenty of help around. To help you navigate that sea of information, we make a cool list to share with you. This list covers UX/UI blogs, resources, books and tools (in no particular order). I hope it will help you guys to get better at what you’re doing! UX Blogs and Resources image source: nnwmaccontent 1. Awwwards -A place to find inspiration and talent; a space for debate; a place to share knowledge and experience. 2. UX Magazine -This site creates a community with location-based listings for conferences, jobs, workshops, informal meetups, and classes. 3. UX Myths -Collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don’t hold true. 4. Designer News -Best UX/UI related articles collection. 5. Usability Geek -A wider array of topics that extend beyond usability, such as User Experience (UX), conversion, Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Architecture (IA). 6. Lukew-A Prod…