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Icon design: a user-driven approach | UX links - Issue #84

Icon design: a user-driven approach | UX links - Issue #84
By Philipp Brunner • Issue #84 • View online
Hello there,
designing icons that can easily be recognized by most people is a hard task. Icons (even more so if they are not accompanied by text labels) are always ambiguous. For that reason, I found the approach in this week’s first link quite interesting – to start by gathering research data in form of user’s associations to base the design on.
Have a good week,
Philipp

The user-driven approach to Topic icon design
Task Analysis: Support Users in Achieving Their Goals
An overused buzzword? Realities of designing with empathy
ComicA11y is an experiment that aims to achieve an all-inclusive online comic reading experience. Because comics should be universal.
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