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In many ways, responsive Web design deserves a big share of the honor for making the Web more usable on non-desktop devices. This trend of letting the browser determine more about how a Web page should be displayed makes sense, especially now that mobile browsers are slightly more trust.
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A recent study (PDF) found that more than 80% of people are disappointed with the having experience of browsing Web on mobile devices and would use their smartphones more if the browsing experience improved. This isn’t surprising when 64% of smartphone users expect websites.
If no statisfied please return
This post should be titled “Getting Ahead of Yourself.” “…By a Few Years,” actually. Here’s the deal: at the time I’m writing this, early 2013, there’s no way to accurately design for the Web using physical units, nor will there be for a very long time. But there is a way some other words here.
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Planning user experience (UX) projects is a balancing act of getting the right amount of user input within the constraints of your project. The trick is to work out the best use of your time. How can you get the most UX goodness for your client’s budget? This article explains why is this here.
Connect with people
Make test drives around local areas
Welcome to a new column in the UX Design section on Smashing Magazine! Each month we’ll pick a handful of popular questions asked by our readers around good practices in designing smart and usable experiences. They will be answered by Christian Holst, a regular author.
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Editor’s Note: This article expresses the author’s personal opinion and covers experimental UX techniques which aren’t considered to be best practice. Masking passwords is an old practice that’s commonly implemented in sign-up and log-in forms. It’s used to prevent over-the-shoulder.