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Citing analysis from UX experts and featuring analysis of 71 examples, UX Design Trends 2015 & 2016 (opens in new tab) explains the current best practices of UX design. The book filters through fads to focus on trends that are quickly becoming time-tested techniques.

This downloadable ebook describes the methods behind some of the most successful UX design trends including:

  • Designing web services instead of pages
  • Responsive/adaptive web design
  • Personalized UX
  • Microinteractions
  • Meaningful gamification
  • Empowering UX design

With analysis of examples from companies like Vine, Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime, Volkswagen, Hulu, Virgin America, and Medium, the 164-page guide focuses only on real-world application of UX design. You won’t find any discussion of dry theory in the following highlights:

  • The UX-focused future of web design (and how to stay ahead)
  • Why M-Dot sites are dead
  • Best practices for responsive & adaptive design
  • Building collaboration instead of the “waterfall” design method
  • How to design tailor-fit UX with microinteractions & personalization techniques
  • How to avoid the danger of gamification (and do it the right way)
  • How to take advantage of “invisible” UX & UI design

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