The Best of The Rest
When you think of Google you probably don't think of UX.
In fact, one designer would have agreed with you until she accepted a job with the tech giant. During her time there she learned many lessons, including the fact that UX is massively important to Google.
Handy tips for home page design.
Your home page is your users' first impression of your site and so needs to be carefully considered. Let's take a look at three essential aspects: information, interaction, and appearance.
How do you know if something is drag-and-drop-able?
It's usually a bit of a guessing game, as there doesn't seem to be consistent UX standards in the world for drag and drop elements. Be kind to users and at least make sure your product has it's own standards.
It means thinking about products in a new way.
Consider them as “practice spaces” — virtual places where people struggle to live out the acts and relationships they find meaningful.