Things I found on the web this week (10th May)

Image from A Comprehensive Guide to Designing UX Buttons

This week: the best place for your logo, what Salesforce learned about colour, how to design buttons users really want to click, using habit-forming technology for good.

Here are the things I found interesting on the web this week.

Happy reading!
@jennybee

// UX THINGS

Field Guide to UX Research for Startups

“This practical field guide offers a way to quickly identify a startup’s objective, and what kind of research they actually need.”

A Comprehensive Guide to Designing UX Buttons

“While they may go unnoticed if they’re implemented properly, buttons are a vital element in creating a positive and productive user experience.”

The Best Place for Error Messages on Forms

“Where are you placing the error messages on your form? If they’re not placed where users expect to see them, you could jeopardize their capability to complete your form.”

// DESIGN THINGS

Two Fascinating Things Salesforce Discovered When It Studied Color

“What you think you’ll like isn’t always what helps you make the best decisions, Salesforce Analytics finds in a new research.”

Why You Should Never Centre or Right Align Your Logo

“Many designers assume that center or right aligning their website logo will make their brand more memorable. Research has shown this assumption is not true at all.”

// BEHAVIOURAL DESIGN THINGS

Using Habit-Forming Technology for Good by Nir Eyal

“Behavioural designer Nir Eyal examines the ways in which product design can influence consumer behaviour”.

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Every week I read stuff on the web that I think would help Qatar-based tech startups design and build brilliant products. I save up all the interesting things and publish them here, and send them out via tinyletter.com/jennyellenbrown

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