About Sabina Idler

Sabina is founder of UXkids and head of product at Usabilla. While her education and interests are broad, Sabina is passionate about improving interactive media for all ages. For more UX insights, visit the Usabilla blog or check out the UXkids blog.

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5 Tricks for a More Sharable, More Engaging Website

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Communication is a central aspect of most—if not of all—websites. It can be either one-way or two-way, and it happens on many different levels. Back in the days when the Internet was new, online communication was basically limited to providing information on one side and consuming it on the other. There was little or no […]

4 Ways to Design a Sparkling Web Personality (And Boost Trust Too)

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Personality in web design or web design with personality… Whichever way you like to think about it, this concept has gained a lot of popularity and importance over the last couple of years. The web becomes more and more important in our personal and professional lives. Not only do we spend more time online than […]

Understanding The User Experience

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User experience. Not a new concept. Yet, it seems that all of us have our own ideas about it. Based on definitions I compile from a Google search, UX describes the individual perception, thoughts, and responses with respect to a product, system, or service. It’s how we feel and think about, and how we perceive […]

4 Pillars of Lean Web Design


The lean movement. We’ve all heard of it. And considering its recent popularity, it’s probably a good thing. But what exactly does ‘lean’ mean? Here is my definition: Lean describes a way of doing something with a verified goal in mind and with a very clear focus. For lean web design, this means a constant […]

5 Key Principles Of Good Website Usability

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It’s true, usability has become a commodity. Over the past few years, we have gotten used to certain standards in web design. In order to make a lasting impression on your visitors, you need to build experiences that go beyond those of a plain, usable website. This does not mean usability has become any less […]