Web degradation or how to make the web human readable

Web degradation or how to make the web human readable Disclaimer: This article I do not want to humiliate or elevate any of the users, developers, web portals, services and others. The screenshots given in the article, as well as comments to them, are subjective opinions of the author and do not call anyone to be reckoned with.
Now to the point. The idea of ​​writing this article came to me a very long time ago. Since that moment I have collected abstracts, examples and thoughts in a heap, and now I will try to depict them here in such a way that you could develop this idea as I developed it in my head. I hope we succeed. In advance I apologize for ...
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Scrolling and attention (study 2018)

Scrolling and attention (study 2018)I bring to your attention the translation of article Therese Fessenden - Scrolling and Attention . The article is devoted to a new study of the use of scrolling when browsing sites. The previous research was conducted in 201? the translation of the article on it is also was laid out on Habr .
I apologize for any possible inaccuracies in the translation :)
Summary: People scroll vertically more than before, but new eye-tracking studies show that they are still looking at the "first screen" more than others.
The patterns of human behavior are fairly stable, and ...
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Creating a user's way map for teapots

Creating a user's way map for teapotsHello!
We continue our experiments with not completely programmatic courses and are now on the line for launching "Designing the UX /UI" and here is an interesting material that we would like to share with you.
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What is the User Path Card?

The user's path map (or sometimes the user experience map) is the mirror of the client's interaction with your product /service.
Last month I wrote manual by Google Analytics for UX-designers. A useful article for site owners or products that already have traffic. But what if you start from scratch? How to create a product ...[/h]
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myDribbble Meetup 2017 in Moscow

myDribbble Meetup 2017 in Moscow  
June 3 in Moscow was myDribbble Meetup 2017 . At this informal conference for designers, a dozen of strong and novice specialists appeared, many of which are presented in one of the main thematic social networks Dribbble . The creators of the Principle and Sympli instruments, Georgy Kvasnikov (Fantasy), Oleg Beresnev (Design), Max Orlov (ONY), Nikolay Ivanov (AIC), Artem Geller (Design of state systems), Ivan Vasilyev (Alfa-Laboratory), Ilya Grishin and Oleg Andrianov (VKontakte), Dmitry Chuta (Screens Today /Chapps), Radik Zagidullin, Danial Siddiqi, Lena Anikeeva (Pixies), Roman Temples ...
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Not Delisamokatom single: how small usability errors create big problems on a real example

Not Delisamokatom single: how small usability errors create big problems on a real exampleA few weeks ago in San Francisco, I rented an electric car, just standing in the middle of the street. The time from installing the application to the actual lease took no more than two minutes, of which half went to download the application itself. I did not even notice how the registration went. Everything was natural and led to the main goal - to start moving.
Varlamov's devastating article about the unsuccessful launch of Delisamokat, where the main problems of users were connected with registration in the application and an attempt to take an electric car, reminded the story of two years ...
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What does the waiter do with the monitor?

What does the waiter do with the monitor?When Richard Gatarsky with friends a few weeks ago wanted to dine in the Swedish city of Norrköping, they booked a table like in a nice Italian restaurant in the city center.
Upon arrival, the head waiter greeted them and asked if the table was booked. Richard confirmed - and the head waiter looked at the computer screen.
"Gatarsky?" Hmm, let's see this is your reservation. Welcome!
Then he took something that Richard at first took for a new kind of touch-sensitive stylus - and carried it around the screen. Richard - technically savvy Internet ...
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Material Design 2.0 and Android P

Google showed an updated design system Material Design ???r3r3218. at the I /O conference. This is a serious change in the visual style and extension of the toolkit, the first bells of which are
appeared in March
Material Design 2.0 and Android P

Visually, Android P has continued its rapprochement with iOS (the differences between platforms are blurred on both sides):
There are many rounds , which strongly echoes with iOS 10-11. Perhaps this is done with a focus on frameless phones, which are becoming more and more ...
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Interfaces in the real world-4: updates to traditional pieces

Many interfaces are designed to solve user problems. We find a problem that used to be solved traditionally, and no one even thought that something could be done about it. And we come up with a new solution. For example, this is not just a bad eye, it is a brilliant invention of a person renting an apartment to guests of the city. So I did not wake him up at night with a bell like "Man, come, take the keys, I'm off," he just took off the peephole. Now the keys crawl through this hole.
Interfaces in the real world-4: updates to traditional pieces  
I leave at any convenient time, throw the keys there - and everything is ready. He comes, opens the door with his ...
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How to spoil useful service (on the example of Yandex.Map)

How to spoil useful service (on the example of Yandex.Map)Yandex has a wonderful product - Yandex.Maps. The value of this tool is, perhaps, difficult to overestimate: many of us use Maps every day.
What makes this product really interesting is the information generated by users. First of all, of course, information about the speed of movement, which is converted into a map of traffic jams. And also text user information, when people warn others about road blockages, congestion and all sorts of dangers.
But without skilful moderation, any product in which end users participate may seriously deteriorate. Now, using the example of Yandex.Map, I will ...
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Books about design-systems

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We are building our
design system Paradigm
since 2012. But there was no such fierce explosion of interest in the subject with a lot of new examples and publications, as in the last couple of years. Last year, Brad Frost's Atomic Design finally came out and everyone is talking about design systems. True, most articles - the endless chewing of the theory of modular design, about the practice of implementation, in addition to Nathan Curtis, almost no one writes. In addition, although Brad's merit in popularizing the idea of ​​modular design is invaluable, the approach and the metaphor of "atomicity" ...
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