Top UX Articles You Might Have Missed Last Week

Enough writing and more reading! Check out the top UX resources you might have missed last week!

Applying Design Thinking to Your Business

Applying Design Thinking to Your Business by HBR IdeaCase, published on Harvard Business Review

An in-depth look at design thinking for business through the eyes of Roger Martin, author of ‘The Design of Business: Why Design Thinking is the Next Competitive Advantage’. Check out this interview to find out what design thinking is all about; what kind of company uses this tupe of thinking in practice; key tools in design thinking; and more!

User Experience: The Ultimate Guide to Usability

User Experience: The Ultimate Guide to Usability by David Travis, published on udemy

Looking to boost sales and conversion rates? Want to become an stronger UXer? Check out David’s available courses through his portal and learn about the most pivotal issues in user experience and usability. Receive free lectures right away!

Designing for Intent: How to Win Clients and Fall Back in Love with UX

Designing for Intent: How to Win Clients and Fall Back in Love with UX by Xin Xin, published on Fresh Tilled Soil

Take a dive into this resource to see what it means to design with actual intent for your users. Xin Xin, an apprentice for Fresh Tolled Soil, gives us insight into the challenges of being a designer and what to do and to avoid in order to design with intent and meaning.

Why UX Salaries Will Continue to Rise

Why UX Salaries Will Continue to Rise published on UXTalent Blog

It’s clearly evident that user experience is becoming a necessity in all organizations, thus user experience professionals will become more popular, needed, and with that, salaries will need to rise. This article gives us insight as to why exactly UX salaries will rise in the tech sector.

Bringing Design Thinking to the Women in Intel

Bringing Design Thinking to the Women in Intel published on XPLANE xBlog

I had to dedicated this one to all the lovely ladies who are into UX and Design. I was really excited to see that Intel dedicated a group for the women of the company to foster relationships and creativity in design. It’s evident that tech is greatly overwhelmed by males, so, to me, it was refreshing to see that a corporate enterprise was conscious to recognze the talents of their female employees.