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Mobile UI Design Patterns 2014. A Deeper Look At the Hottest Apps Today

Pinterest, Spotify, Uber, Instagram, Dropbox, Flipboard, Mailbox, Yelp - they all use mobile UI design patterns explained in this e-book.

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Mobile UI Design Patterns 2014. A Deeper Look At the Hottest Apps Today

The Guide to Wireframing - For Designers, PMs, Engineers and Anyone Who Touches Product

A complete companion to wireframing, guiding you through theory and practice of creating winning designs across every stage in the product development process - from concept to launch.

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The Guide to Wireframing - for For Designers, PMs, Engineers and anyone who touches product

Mobile Book of Trends 2014

Look no further - every mobile design trend that counts in 2014 is explained and illustrated in this free ebook. Brought to you by designers from UXPin and Movade.

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Mobile Book of Trends

The User Experience Guide Book For Product Managers

Consumers don't care about engineering tricks anymore. Now experience is the product and Product Managers bear the pressure of this paradigm change. This book is here to help Product Managers triumph in the age of user experience design.

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Web Design Book of Trends

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UX Design for Startups

A must read for any startup or grown-up company that wishes to keep its startup spirit and conquer the world with stunning UX Design.

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The Dark Side of User Experience Design

“Design and marketing aren’t just as important as engineering: they are way more important” says Dave McClure, founder of 500 Startups – one of the most important startup accelerators in the world. In recent years his words have been proven by well designed, successful products, co-founded by designers e.g. YouTube, Airbnb, Flipboard, Square, Pinterest, Etsy, Path, AboutMe and Slideshare.Published on 13.12.2012 •Read this article on Speckyboy

Beyond Wireframing: The Real-Life UX Design Process

We all know basic tenets of user-centred design. We recognize different research methods, prototyping, as well as documenting techniques in our rich methodological environment. The question you probably often ask yourself though is how it all works in practice?Published on 29.08.2012 •Read this article on Smashing Magazine

Wireframing, Prototyping, Mockuping – What’s the Difference?

A couple of years ago I realised that a lot of my IT, non-designer, friends were using the names of my beloved design deliverables synonymously. They assumed that a wireframe, prototype and mockup are exactly the same thing – a kind of greyish, boxy, sketch representing an ingenious idea.Published on 24.07.2012 •Read this article on Designmodo

Don’t Just Wireframe – Tell the Design Story

The growth of the User Experience Design field is astonishing, but well deserved. Thanks to UX Designers all over the world, the quality of products has increased dramatically. Design really does matter now.Published on 23.07.2012 •Read this article on Speckyboy

The Ultimate UX Design of: the Sign-Up Form

Published on 23.01.2013 •Read this article on Designmodo

The Ultimate UX Design of: the Credit Card Payment Form

Published on 15.01.2013 •Read this article on Designmodo

The Aesthetics of Wireframes and the Importance of Context

Published on 31.07.2012 •Read this article on Designmodo

UX design for startups: the age of user experience design

Published on 19.10.2012 •Read this article on NetMagazine

UX design for start-ups: get to know your users

Published on 26.10.2012 •Read this article on NetMagazine

UX design for startups: efficient design techniques

Published on 12.11.2012 •Read this article on NetMagazine

UX design for startups: growth and design hacking

Published on 30.11.2012 •Read this article on NetMagazine

UX design for startups: get it optimised

Published on 14.12.2012 •Read this article on NetMagazine

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