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BASIC UX does not set out to be the ‘end all, be all’ of UX principles.
BASIC UX does not set out to be the 'end all, be all' of UX principles. It does set out to help solve or at least reduce the problem stated above — UX design in productive environments is harder than it should be. Article No :1646 | June 29, 2016 | by Dan Smith ...
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New Article: Product Scope
In project management, product scope is defined as the realm of features and functions that characterize a product. But when do we stop to ask ourselves what is a feature? What is a function? Are there other things—possibly better things—that could define and characterize a product?
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Bots may be able to perform extraordinary services, but they’re always going to need humans to provide common sense.
With bots being the main focus of both Microsoft's Build and Facebook's F8 conferences, the entire software industry seems to be touting this technology as the end-all, be-all solution for the issues facing mobile apps. It's always great to see strong enthusiasm surrounding a technology, ...
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Conventional wisdom tells us that in order to be creative, we must be unfettered.
Challenging Conventions. Conventional wisdom tells us that in order to be creative, we must be unfettered. Thinking outside of the box, by its very description, entails an intellectual environment that is boundless. Indeed, what I have learned both academically and professionally regarding ...
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The secret to designing for the needs of an unpredictable customer journey is in digital performance analytics. A new infographic by Ryan Bateman.
The more digital your customers become, the more individual their buying experience becomes. Like bees to the hive, their journey can be random, taking any path at any time, doubling back or going elsewhere. The one thing you can count on is that they all want a flawless trip no matter what path ...
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To architect the experiences of tomorrow, you must first design the interactions of today. A new article by Chase Buckley.
2015 was the year that UX disciples the world over proved themselves to be the singular champions of free thought in design. Slack's outstanding UX propelled the startup to unicorn status amidst a flurry of competitors, responsive design flourished and gave birth to a new era of mobile ...
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The role of the UX designer is still unclear to many. #UX
Unlike other roles in a startup or middle-sized tech company, the role of the UX designer is still unclear to many. Such is the newness of the field that you might very well be the first UX designer employed by your new firm. Article No :1645 | June 28, 2016 | by Rosie Allabarton ...
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Visuals, both static and interactive, are at center stage for website and app design.
Visuals, both static and interactive, are at center stage for website and app design. Consequently, the power of written words have quietly become afterthoughts. For example, the evolution of emojis have conditioned society that words are an alternative--not a complement--to a visual.
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There seems to exist a stark distinction between developers and UXers nowadays: you are either a developer or a UX practitioner, right?
There seems to exist a stark distinction between developers and UXers nowadays: you are either a developer or a UX practitioner, right? Well, as usually happens, times they are a-changin'. And that's why you'll probably need the Developer's UX Checklist.
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The User-Centered Design Canvas is a great way to organize user research and business value in one place. A new article by Leszek Zawadzki.
I'd like to tell you a little story, a story about how a problem I faced inspired me to create a simple UX design tool. For the last year, I've been using and testing it intensively (not only professionally in almost all of my UX projects, but also at the university, as a tool which helped me to ...
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Enter to win a copy of Eric Meyer and Sara Wachter-Boettcher's new book, Design for Real Life.
In two weeks, UX Magazine will publish an excerpt from the new book Design for Real Life, written by Eric Meyer and Sara Wachter-Boettcher. We'll also be running an exclusive interview with the authors. Today, we're launching a contest to give away three copies of Design for Real Life.
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We need to improve on uncovering the true things that make people like movies. And we need to honor users’ expectations and provide a seamless, easy experience for them. A new article by Jake Cohn.
For example, we're not seeing movie recommendations really catch on with the world. Sites like Jinni and Foundd didn't make it. What's the hold up? Putting aside movie recommendation 'accuracy,' the missing key is making recommendations a great experience. A record-setting company's app on a ...
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