UX/UI design analysis: SIS Software

SIS (Student Information System) Software stores and track information related to grading, behavior reports, attendance, etc. of students within a school system.  There are many SIS software options available for K-12 schools, but today we are going to breakdown the design, UI and usability of some of the top SIS software competitor’s desktop websites. Skyward…
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UI: The Good, the Bad, and the (sometimes) Ugly

Today’s UX/UI design reading comes from Mockplus over at Medium–“6 Bad UI Design Examples and Common Errors of UI Designers”.  They share some ideas about what can confuse or clarify for users what is happening on a webpage.  A few of my takeways included: keep in mind the 4E’s:  Error-free. – Easy to use. –…
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UX in Motion — Creating UI Animation with Adobe After Effects

I spent a good part of the morning today geeking out over This website, run by UX designer Issara Willenskomer, is for UX designers who want to use After Effects to create animations (Implementing more animation into my design has been on my “UX TO DO” list for a while). I dove into the…
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GoDaddy – interview takeways & design breakdown

InVision sat down with Daniel Hardy, Director of Product UX, and Josh Rossman, Director of eCommerce UX with GoDaddy, an internet domain registrar and web hosting company.  You can read the entire interview here. They discusses a variety of UX strategies and team philosphies they implement, but here are a few specific moments that stood out …
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UX/UI Gems — Pediatric Therapy Service

Great design of the week — COBB Pediatric Therapy Services why the design works: calls to action –the site has several, clear calls to action that stand out, but don’t aren’t overwhelming to view on page. emotional connection to the user –phrases like, “Your success is our priority” and “work with a company that…
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UX/UI Gems — Pantin’s Grandes Serres

  Great design of the week — Pantin’s Grandes Serres – a new real estate program bordering the Ourcq canal in Greater Paris Why the UI works: ITC, Helvetica font is large and chunky, very clean Family: ITC, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; unevenness with open boxes give the landing page a light, playful feel and connects with the…
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