Month: November 2016

We’re All Frauds

Gina Trapani: On a daily basis I’m struck by the fact that no number of degrees—or titles, or companies, or years experience, or apps shipped, or books published,
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Input Masking

I don’t have any UX research to cite, but anecdotally, I like it when inputs that expect data in a specific format us an input mask. I thought
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Over two years ago, I published a dumb-funny little blog post called Please Don’t Learn To Code From Stock Photos. It got unearthed somehow and got shared around
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