Still, people will go on using [the product] only if the red routes are prepared well. If the red routes aren’t smooth, it will be very difficult to retain the users and persuade them for the product.
– Prince Pal
Welcome to Read Routes, our new Friday series of the most interesting web design, development, and UX links of the week.
Is breaking your code the best thing you can do to it?
By learning their architecture, proxy browsers don’t have to be scary.
Here’s some inspiration for your next redesign.
And while you’re at it, make a new font for it as well!
Friction doesn’t have to be your enemy in UX design.
Find more about the big picture in your UX by examining the details.