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UXD INFOGRAPHIC: How To Become a UX Designer

Maybe you’re interested in a career in UXD, but where should you start? This infographic from Schools.com looks at how to go about becoming a user experience designer. It does a great job of offering some examples of the kind of projects UXD works on, while also exploring the education and necessary skills to be […]

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Concepts of Flat UI Design and Development

The flat UI design (flat user interface design) is the virtual language of graphical designs that integrates a unique model of user interface. The flat user interface design wipes out the usage of three dimension images and elements and entails a simplistic tone in the minimalist principle of creating a flat design. This means that […]

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The Week’s Best Reads in UX

1. 10 Essential User Experience Methods This article by Jeff Sauro helps outline various texting techniques in UX research. From Moderated In-person testing to Heuristic evaluations, this article helps break down what testing may be most effective in different circumstances.   2. A Day in the Life of: A User Experience Designer at RelateIQ Catriona […]

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What You Must Know about the 4D User Experience Map

When trying to find information about usability perspective mapping, and I found an article that helped immensely. Not only have those of us in UX long been struggling with an appropriate way of communicating with stakeholders (without wasting their time) but it’s been difficult to find a usability map that is both effective and engaging […]

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Google Design Guidelines Reviewed

Google design is used for building experiences which enlighten and surprises all users in equal measure. The following are Google design guidelines which you can read, download the assets and resources as well as learning about the job and training opportunities. Objectives of Google Design The design goal is to create a visual language which […]

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Date Your Users: How a mashup of the crazed Silicon Valley design and dating scenes brings usability closer

San Francisco is rife with meetups, drinkups, thinkups, mixers, mini-conferences, unconferences, barcamps, hackathons, workshops, and the list goes on. On a Thursday night, you can eat an entire pizza one slice at a time, one meetup at a time. If you’re a single, career-hungry post-grad; that might sound like a dream. If you’re a married, […]

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This Week’s Best in UX

1. Eight Traits of an Incredible User Experience Professional Stef Miller writes about the strongest attributes of the most successful user experience professionals, from curious collaborative communicators to flexible and adaptable creators, this article helps build a case for strong UX professionals. 2. The 4D User Map This article by W. Szabo Peter makes the […]

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How to Improve User Experience of Your Website

If you want to know how to improve user experience in your website, you should take a look at this article. There are some useful tips that you can follow, so you can make your readers feel comfortable in your site. User experience plays an important role in any types of websites. It is very […]

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3 User Experience Key Performance Indicators that Will Determine if You Will Fail

User experience key performance indicators are very different that KPIs in other fields. That is to be expected since UX as a field is so distinctly different than other fields. It requires a very unique set of skill sets. 40% of people will abandon a webpage if it takes longer than 3 seconds to load. […]

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Dilbert Takes on UX- Awesome!

I wonder if there are any managers out there that DON’T react like this. (I know mine sure does) UX is not THAT scary- right?  

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