Category Archives: User experience design

Can Sliders be part of Seductive Design

Confused.com's Slider

Exmaple of Confused’s slide bars

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BBC launches new homepage Beta version

I think they’ve done it again – it doesn’t seem 5 minutes (it was 2008) since they last revamped their homepage – allowing us to personalise (a little) the website to our own liking and change our colour scheme. Current Homepage The BBC is … Continue reading

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‘Pimp my furniture’ by Ikea

I’m loving the new “thisismykea” website. It’s a site where you can personalise your Ikea furniture by adding a design from a number of artists and brands. The website itself is slick with a really clear layout, a bold hero … Continue reading

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Natural History Museum – website saved by the Customer Contact Centre

I’m taking my son and his uncle to the Natural History Museum this weekend and as my son is completely ‘Dinosaur- mad’ I decided to book tickets online for the Age of the Dinosaur Museum. Now, the museum is free … Continue reading

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First Direct’s Lab

First Direct have recently unveiled their new First Direct Lab on their web site – a place where they can ask customer opinion on innovation and guage whether some of the projects their Digital Team and Marketing Teams are considering … Continue reading

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Paper prototyping

It’s easy to fall into a standard, templated approach when creating wireframes electronically. An approach which works well in encouraging a creative approach and also a speedy approach is called ‘Paper Prototyping; This is particularly useful when creating new websites … Continue reading

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Physical retail shops can learn from online

Ok, this is a bit of a rant at physical retail stores so apologies that it’s slightly off topic and slightly ‘rantish’. Just something to get off my chest I feel. Digital Retail has been following trends,traditions and best practice … Continue reading

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