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This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #ux

WTF, forms?

Friendlier HTML form controls with a little CSS magic. Designed for IE9+, as well as the latest Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

Improve Your Billing Form’s UX In One Day

Tips on autocomplete and input masking

The 'Credit Card Number' Field Must Allow and Auto-Format Spaces

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Last week, Barry Frost released Micropublish, a Micropub client written in Ruby. It's a very slick interface for posting a few kinds of posts. I noticed that his "category" field looked really nice, and discovered that he was using a Bootstrap plugin…
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When UX goes wrong https://t.co/5Wm4qNIGmu
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The simpler your words, the more people will understand you
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Good things stick: Just put up @leisa’s litmus test for well-phrased user needs after a team discussion

Hamburger Menus and Hidden Navigation Hurt UX Metrics

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hamburger comes… hamburger goes…

When People Read on the Internet

Twitter Sundays, Facebook Wednesdays, and Reddit Fridays

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@barryf What?! I thought the Hamburger menu was where all the cool kids were at?! We are just finalising our new site...!

@cronkshaw It’s not great for discoverability, but many now recognise it as nav because it’s so prevalent. More: https://barryfrost.com/tag/hamburger

FullStory

FullStory lets your company easily record, replay, search, and analyze each user’s actual experience with your website. Think of it as your team’s super-searchable DVR for all customer interactions.

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I know, let's just use every possible mobile nav element at the same time....

idno/User-Research

A collection of templates, documents, and results from our user research at Known

Misused mobile UX patterns

Using Responsive Images (Now)

Blurring Is the Auto-Tune of UI Design, and Other Things We Thought About While Designing Wildcard 2.0”.

I love how the Wildcard team have made the effort to sweat the details to ensure their app stands out. In an increasingly competitive app marketplace this sort of focus on interaction design is vital.