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The Startup Dicktionary— and other UX links this week

What’s hot in UX this week

The Startup Dicktionary →

From the moment you pick up these strange words in an conversation, you can clearly see the lack of attention and logic that went into creating these horrible tech words.

But still there are people who are not early adopters with this annoying jargon.

Try “leveraging” your mother-in-laws casserole next time. She’ll have absolutely no idea what the hell you’re talking about.

There is an undeniable demand for explaining all this crap.

And where there’s demand, there’s the next billion dollar sunset.

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via @fabriciot

Design Sprint (by Google) →

The Design Sprint methodology presented by Google is designed to help a sprint master lead their team through a 5 day sprint to create a new product or feature of a product.
via @caioab

Enterprise UX 2015 →

The first Enterprise User Experience conference was held in San Antonio, Texas, USA from May 13–15, 2015. Watch all the videos on the Enterprise UX Vimeo channel.
via @giuvicente

Stop Pushing the Web Forward →

Fair warning. You’re going to hate this one. I want to stop pushing the web forward for a while. I want a moratorium on new browser features for about a year or so. Recently I’ve been having serious doubts about the whole push the web forward thing.
via @fabriciot

History of Icons — A Visual Brief on Icon History →

A visual brief on icon history through different graphical user interfaces in different operational systems.
via @fabriciot

Stop Gratuitous UI Animation →

This mini essay will explore the over use of animation in UI design, show comparisons with early visual design and offer some suggestions for effective GUI motion design.
via @giuvicente

Tactics for a Successful Design Presentation →

“Early in my career, I would get uncomfortable and nervous whenever I had to present my work. Especially in person. With sweaty palms, I would unveil the master work that I had crafted in secret and step back quickly with a “Well, what do you think?” Some of you are nodding your heads right now.”
via @caioab

Designing Humane Augmented Reality User Experiences →

We’re surrounded by advertising from the moment we wake up: it’s on our coffee cups, on TV, and driving in front of us on the way home. But we can always turn it off or tune it out. Augmented reality (AR) is the new way of layering digital experiences onto our analog world.
via @fabriciot

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via @fabriciot

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