Allan Berger

Allan Berger

Joined over 7 years ago via an invitation from Allan G.

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  • Posted to 4 Essential UX Resources, Oct 30, 2013

    Sharing my 4 essential UX resources to create sustainable & beautiful products

    Featuring Nir Eyal (@nireyal), B.J. Fogg (@bjfogg), Braden Kowitz (@kowitz), Joshua Porter (@bokardo)

    ux #ui #prodmgmt #product #triggers #habits #behavior

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  • Posted to iOS 7 & The Generosity of Perspective, Jun 12, 2013

    I’m quite positive, in general I like the flat approach and also the UX improvements. The new the control center is very handy and time-saving and there are nice little details i.e. moving lockscreen background while tilting. there is still huge space for further improvements which apple will use for sure.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: Could you guys recommend me some good books about digital product design?, May 24, 2013

    A great book which I highly recommend is "Designed for Use" - Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web by Lukas Mathis

    It goes through all steps of product design. The structure of the book is great to start reading from the beginning or somewhere in the middle. At the end of each chapter there is a nice wrap-up with take aways.

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  • Posted to Learn HTML5, CSS3, Javascript and more..., May 24, 2013

    Video style walkthroughs showing cool stuff being created from scratch

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  • Posted to How to make your Apps Retina ready, May 08, 2013

    I wrote a simple guide on how to make apps retina ready, would be happy about your feedback

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How to promote your personal blog properly?, in reply to Allan Berger , Apr 06, 2013
    • the code examples were filtered in my last reply, but you should find everything on the link I added
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  • Posted to Ask DN: How to promote your personal blog properly?, in reply to Ivo Mynttinen , Apr 06, 2013

    I definitely agree with Ivo. Regarding SEO and sharing it’s also very valuable to add the open graph meta information of the title, description and image that immediately show up if your site/post is being shared in Google+, Facebook etc. The platforms parse the content themselves if you don’t specify it, but if you do you can improve the quality and the hook message of your post.

    All in all it’s enough if you add following lines to each of your posts and fill out the content attributes related to your post:

    More infos on:

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  • Posted to Ask DN: How to promote your personal blog properly?, Apr 06, 2013

    I would say one approach that works to create a retaining audience is to write good and regular content. and it doesn’t matter if you write once a month, once a week or once/twice a day, just choose an interval that works best for you, but regularly. e.g. if your posts are great and come up once per month your readers get used to it and even can’t wait to read the next months post. and using all the channels (google+, facebook, twitter, dribbble, hackernews, designernews) to share your posts are great opportunities which you shouldn’t miss, but shouldn’t rely on. the content is most important. just my two cents.

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