We know screen real estate is limited, and attempting to cram too much information on a page often does more harm than good.
A former Sun Microsystems Engineer and "The world's leading expert on Web usability" (www.useit.com).
Infinite scrolling should never be employed for interfaces in which users need to get to the end of the list quickly, or need to return to a particular list item after navigating elsewhere.
An American software designer and programmer. Widely recognized as the “Father of Visual Basic".
Tips & Advice
An aesthetically pleasing design creates a positive response in people’s brains and leads them to believe the design actually works better.
Jon Yablonski is a user experience designer and front-end web developer based in Detroit. His focus is to make complex technology simple and intuitive through rigorous user research and interaction design.
Laws of UX
The Value of Design
At no point should your task require the user to hold more than seven items in their working memory at any moment.
George Armitage Miller
An American psychologist who was one of the founders of cognitive psychology, and more broadly, of cognitive science.