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Check out these 10 website layouts to learn more about the great world of web design.

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Here are some approaches to the choosing color schemes that should up your design game and make it easier to generate a color palette that’s pleasing to the eye.

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Motivational interviewing is the psychological technique that’s been missing from your UX research toolkit.

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Web and app designers, it's time to meet PWAs, or progressive web apps: where your jobs combine.

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Oscar Health is a tech-driven insurance company that interacts with a wide range of users and stakeholders. Oscar builds digital tools for our members, providers, brokers, employers, and our own internal employees.
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Cling to your outdated style for long enough, and eventually it’ll make a comeback. The 80s are reappearing in our bell sleeves, and the UX stylings of that most maligned website—Craigslist—are now en vogue. Where designers were once poking fun of the classified site for its uber-basic design that never evolved, now they’re repurposing its aesthetics in sites as big as Bloomberg and Balenciaga.
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Chances are you’ve probably done, and maybe even written, a few surveys. But let’s talk about the UX of surveys. Have you ever stopped the consider the experience someone has while filling out a survey? Surveys are often impersonal, sterile, and feel like work. It’s rare that someone fills out a survey and thinks “Wow, that was really awesome!”
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