Design for emerg­ing ex­pe­ri­ences

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As the web land­scape changes so does the user ex­pe­ri­ence and to stay com­pet­i­tive you need to em­brace the new. One thing that doesn’t change is the user. If they have a poor user ex­pe­ri­ence they will sim­ply look else­where. So what are the emerg­ing ex­pe­ri­ences that you need to con­sider to­day and what are the tools needed to achieve the right re­sults?

In our lead fea­ture (p42) Laura Yar­row from Ex­pe­ri­ence UX re­veals the seven key themes that you should be de­sign­ing for: In­clu­siv­ity and ac­ces­si­bil­ity, im­mer­sion, trust and trans­parency, co­her­ence, con­ver­sa­tion, col­lab­o­ra­tion and ef­fi­ciency. Along­side th­ese key themes she re­veals the tools that you will need to en­sure design suc­cess. If you want to keep your users happy make sure you take a look.

WEBGL and 3D have been part of the web ex­pe­ri­ence for a while, but bet­ter sup­port and bet­ter frame­works means that big­ger and bet­ter ex­pe­ri­ences are just a few steps away. Richard Mat­tka gives you a run­down on how to use Threejs to build 3D for the browser to­day. Ever heard of JSX? This is­sue we give you an in­sight on how to build com­po­nents faster with the help of the Javascript syn­tax ex­ten­sion and the Re­act li­brary

As al­ways, en­joy the is­sue,

In­clu­sive design con­sid­ers as many peo­ple’s needs and abil­i­ties as pos­si­ble, in­stead of a ‘one size fits all’ ap­proach to the ex­pe­ri­ence

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