Top 5 UX Magazines

  In an industry where new ideas, techniques and practices are pumped out constantly, keeping up with the rapidly updated content is key to successfully understanding UX.   There is an endless amount journals, blogs, articles, statistics and general data on the UX industry that help to keep professionals and enthusiast informed. These UX magazines

The Dynamic Duo: UX Designer & Product Manager

  Imagine two stone pillars working in harmony to support an arch.   Not only can they hold more weight together than alone, their interaction creates an entirely new and functional architectural element — the doorway. Like these two crucial yet distinct columns, the UX designer and product manager are the two core entities on

Enhance User Productivity With Just 3 UX Tips

You have the ability to sniff out a productivity tool that is created without the end-user in mind. No matter how advanced and mind-blowing a technology is, if it isn’t user-friendly, it will feel off.   For a product to be effective, it must feel like an extension of our psyche rather than force us

Top Blogs Every UX Designer and Software Developer Must Add to their Holiday Reading List

As an avid blogger, I often enjoy browsing through various other blogs and forums in order to gain insight into the latest trends in the field, in addition to discovering new information about the design industry as a whole.   I’ve compiled a list of some of my favorite UX design and software and app

Top Collection of 2016 UX and Web Design Articles And Interviews

As the New Year quickly approaches I’d like to take a minute to look back at the accomplished year we’ve had. From the rise of new technologies and applications, to alternative experience design methods, each of these innovations have had a significant impact on the user experience industry.   I compiled a list of my

6 Innovative Apps That Upped Their UX Game This November

I usually publish articles containing useful tips, applicable UX advice, and suggestions on how to improve certain aspects of your design process. This November, I decided to give my article roundup a twist. I compiled six articles which discuss excellent examples of major companies putting their users first, and responding to their requests in order

A Look at Election Day User Experience – The One Thing That’s Still Missing

Wouldn’t it be nice if, come Election Day, we had the ability to vote when we wanted, where we wanted. Say, on-the-go from our mobile phones, or at a convenient voting station outside the supermarket? According to the US Census Bureau, only 57.5% of Americans voted in the 2012 election, with the top reasons for