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 case in this article for using 4D user experience maps. Citing a more comprehensive vision strategy and easy to understand graphics, there is a strong case for 4D user experience mapping.
 

3. UX Design Triggers to Capture Users and Improve Sales

This article by Viktor Bogdanov outlines the ways in which you can improve sales by using strategic design. From visual metaphors as cues to “chunking,” this article offers an excellent overview of design triggers sure to boost your UX.
 

4. Six Common Problems with the UX Process, and Six Solutions!

Chris Day’s article about six familiar problems with the UX process,  offers up some great solutions for issues you likely experience every day.
 

5. 3 Tactics to Drive Innovation with UX

If you’re looking to help build an engaging and rewarding user experience, then this article will help you maximize on your design simplicity, and integrate UX into your overall business strategy.

 

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Megan Wilson
Megan Wilson is user experience specialist & editor of UX Motel. She is also the Quality Assurance and UX Specialist at WalkMe Megan.w(at)walkme.com
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