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“Learn from the community, give back to the community”. A big part of what we learned in UX comes from online reading: articles, tutorials, resources, blogs. It’s all available out there, for free — and all you have to do is invest some time to dig it up. But there’s a lot. UX is becoming increasingly popular, and with that comes a lot of clutter, noise and disorientation. (more…)
UX Movement is a user experience blog that publishes articles showing how good and bad interface design practices affect user behavior. The author and/or editor of all articles is Anthony. He has a degree in Human-Computer Interaction and has worked in the UX field for years. (more…)
UX Magazine is a free community resource exploring all facets of experience design. We work closely with practitioners and industry leaders versed in all areas of UX to provide a steady stream of engaging and useful content. (more…)
The UX Booth is a publication by and for the user experience community. Our readership consists mostly of beginning-to-intermediate user experience and interaction designers, but anyone interested in making the web a better place to be is welcome. If you’re interested, join us and discuss best practices and trending topics, or share your experiences. (more…)
This category features quality articles on usability, information architecture, interaction design and other user experience (UX) related topics – for digital (Web, mobile, applications, software) and physical products. Through these articles, experts and professionals share with you their valuable ideas, practical tips, useful guidelines, recommended best practices and great case studies. (more…)
Publications on the critical details and big picture behind digital product design. LukeW's 15 years of writing cover Web and device strategy, interaction design, visual design, usability, and much more. (more…)
(ISSN: 1534-0295) explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices. We began as a mailing list in 1997 and launched this website in 1998. You can visit the ghosts of ALA past by reading our history. See our Masthead to meet the current crew. (more…)
This publication is for designers, developers and product leads to explore and discuss the creative process, from Concept to completion. (more…)
Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. Not only has the way we design and build websites and apps had to adapt, how we study them has to as well. Traditional research methods won’t translate to a mobile environment. Cyd Harrell, formerly of Bolt | Peters, has been conducting mobile usability tests. (more…)
Try this test: Find three UX friends and ask them about the compatibility of UX design with agile development. Odds are that one of them believes UX design and agile can work well together, one swears that they can’t, and one has yet to decide. There are many reasons for the divided opinion on this issue. (more…)
"Our teammates design apps every day, and we’ve tried most of the prototyping solutions out there, but they all seemed too complicated for us," says Leo Lin, a designer at Woomoo Inc., the Japanese Taiwanese studio that created POP. "With paper you can iterate faster than any other tools. (more…)
If you provide usability testing as a service, it’s pretty standard for your clients to expect video footage to be digitally recorded and piped into a viewing room. So what do you when you’re usability testing on an iOS device? You can use a kit like Mr Tappy to mount a camera pointed at the screen, but it’s a little awkward and a software solution would be much tidier. (more…)
What is user experience? What is a lean UX approach? The goal of UX design is to create a seamless experience for users. Many different methods and processes support this goal. They are highly dependent on the development environment, but the ultimate objective for a UX designer is to understand and support users’ needs. (more…)
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