Like many people, I receive multiple LinkedIn direct messages a week, each with its own email notification, like the one below. I find it such a frustrating experience, especially in 2020.Read More
Given how common requests for LinkedIn recommendations are and how devalued their currency has become, I’ve thought for a while that it would be helpful to have a tool to generate these automatically.Read More
Pricing tables are a challenge for the designer because of the critical role they play in the sign-up process. They have to convey a large amount of data and must do so in an easy-to-understand form. They must also clearly differentiate between the features of various pricing plans and guide the user to pick the most appropriate plan.Read More
Footers can be much more than an afterthought containing the fine print of a web site. With the right design they can reinforce brand awareness and drive user actions by providing site-wide access to useful secondary information, links and tools, such as contact information, email signup forms, social media buttons, and more.Read More
Discussion forums are one of the hardest UX design challenges due to their complex UI and high level of interactivity. There are many user states and scenarios to design for. In addition way in which the forum is coded can prevent easy customization.Read More
When I was freelancing testimonials were always a major pain to get from clients.
Most of the time I would write them myself and get the client to approve them (at least that way they would say what you wanted).
Product detail pages are easily the most important pages of an online store. With the number of people shopping from their phones increasing each year, mobile product page design is more important than ever.Read More