Why Your Links Need a Hover Effect – UX Movement

Links contain text, but they should never look like text. When users read a web page, they need to be able to distinguish what’s clickable. If your links don’t have enough contrast, users could miss them. Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: Why Your Links Need a Hover Effect – UX Movement

A Guide to Color, UX, and Conversion Rates

Color is one of the most powerful tools in the designer’s toolkit. You can use color to impact users’ emotions, draw their attention, and put them in the right frame of mind to make a purchase. It’s also one of the main factors in customers’ perception of a brand. With an infinite number of possibleContinue reading “A Guide to Color, UX, and Conversion Rates”

Designing For (and With) Color Blindness — INTREPID INSIGHTS — Medium

Every time someone finds out I’m color blind, I’m always hit with the same question: “So, what color is this?” 95% of the time I’ll answer correctly, which is always followed by, “Wait, so if you can tell this is {insert color}, then how are you color blind? What do you see?”. This is whereContinue reading “Designing For (and With) Color Blindness — INTREPID INSIGHTS — Medium”

Using Color Theory to Improve Website Accessibility

The very first step in creating a color blind-safe website is choosing legible and well-matching colors for your color palette. Your task is setting aside color meaning and psychology and focusing on good color combinations and contrasts for creating legible website pages with strong hierarchy and accents.You can use the following techniques and approaches toContinue reading “Using Color Theory to Improve Website Accessibility”

Colour-coded Keyboard & Mouse

This keyboard has color coded keys to teach consonants vs. vowels in order to assist kids become better spellers as well as different colors for the control keys and numbers.. I figure the extra visual feedback offered by the colour coding on this keyboard has to have additional application in areas involving cognition. [Via: ThinkGeekContinue reading “Colour-coded Keyboard & Mouse”