Practical guidelines that you can easily follow. These guidelines have been crafted from usability testing, field testing, website tracking, eye tracking, Web analytics and actual complaints made to customer support personnel by disgruntled users.
The purpose of this page is to establish a concise and consistent approach to secure application development of Mozilla web applications and web services. The information provided here will be focused towards web based applications; however, the concepts can be universally applied to applications to implement sound security controls and design.
If there is a well thought-out design standard, it should be followed. In practice, great design comes from great designers. The appearance and exposure of the corporate brand must be constant. Some manuals are at least partly 'open' on the Web, and I will add well-designed examples below as I find them.
Here is the harsh reality of e-commerce websites: according to recent e-commerce studies, at least 59.8% of potential customers abandon their shopping cart. Why do customers abandon their shopping cart so often? Is there some fundamental mistake that designers of e-commerce websites do very often? Are there any common guidelines or rules of thumbs that make it more difficult for our users?
This guide contains some crucial tips and general guidelines for designing custom browser themes for Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. The trickiest part of designing browser themes is the variability of the environment. Keeping designs flexible enough to display well in Firefox and Internet Explorer across Linux, Mac and PC, and across different versions of the browsers is essential.
Official UI and UX guidelines from the manufacturers. Here, you will find guidelines, samples, tips, and descriptions of common mistakes. Many of the guidelines focus on native app development, but we can apply most parts of them to mobile web design. Remember to provide the best possible experience on each platform. Each platform has its own UI and usability guidelines that users expect.
Describes principled ways to solve common user interface design problems related to search, faceted navigation, and discovery. The patterns are offered as proposed sets of design guidelines based on our research and design experience as well as lessons learned from the information search and discovery community
The point of having style guidelines is to have a common vocabulary of coding so people can concentrate on what you're saying rather than on how you're saying it
A visual designer approaches UX design from one point of view, the interaction designer from another, and the programmer from yet another. It can be helpful to understand and even experience the part that others are experiencing. I take research and knowledge about the brain, the visual system, memory, and motivation and extrapolate UX design principles from that.
Covers naming standards, style guidelines, design guidelines and programming guidelines. They are targeted at developers using the Ajax Control Toolkit and Microsoft ASP.NET Ajax Library, but even if you’re using other frameworks you will likely get some value from reading them.