Web user interfaces are much more than buttons, menus and forms for users to fill out. They are the connection between the user and the experience; the first impression and a lasting impression that either makes a website feel like an old friend or a forgettable passerby.
The 109-page guide includes:
- Advice from UI & UX experts such as Luke Wroblewski, Jakob Nielsen, Jared Spool, and many others;
- In-depth discussion and practical tips for UI elements such as color, visual hierarchies, spacing, navigation, typography, input controls and more;
- Analysis of UI design examples from 33 companies including LivingSocial, Spotify, Skype, Apple and Skullcandy;
And much, much more...
For 63 UI patterns explained in a simple problem/solution format, check out Web UI Design Patterns 2014.
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