Top News from the World of UX

Hey everyone,

Hope everyone is having a great week. Here some articles that I came across this week that I think you might find interesting.

Here are the articles for you to enjoy:

Every Programmer Know Design

Website developer and designers have to work together in order to create a website that meets their clients’ needs or expected results. Unfortunately, there is always a gap between the two. Ebyline, a professional Web Designer comprehensively analyzes various aspects or principles that every programmer that wish to succeed in this niche should put into consideration when creating a website.

Game features vs Good UX

Enhancing a websites usability and ability to communicate with the ever increasing online community is a goal that every website developer must keep in mind when creating a website. Recently, lots of people have being recommending use of game-like features on websites in a bid to make them more fun and interactive. Do all users want this? Learn more about this and other gold worthy tips on how to improve users experience from Melanie St James.

UX Customer Support: Everything is UX

This is a concept that all businesses should embrace and use to increase their sales, competitiveness and build credibility in the market. Andy Montgomery, the writer of this article has comprehensively covered all the important aspects on how to improve user experience.

The Dribbblisation of design

A good product design should be able to address the real problem and speak directly with the target audience. Learn more on how you can improve your product design and at the same time improve UX and interaction design today from the expert, Des.

User Research Methods

There are thousands of direct user research methods for UX in the world today. Do they all deliver on their promises? Unfortunately NO, most of them fall on the sideway. In this article I elaborate on three of the most effective research methods that really work; Expert Reviews, Direct Usability Testing and Eye Tracking.

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