A massive thank you to everyone who participated in the survey this year. It was a privilege to see and read the snapshots each of you provided. Picking the winners from amongst the many deserving submissions was pretty difficult. Instead of a single winner, Matt, Hawk and I finally decided on three that we thought were […]
Key findings from the 2016 UX Mastery Reader’s Survey give a fascinating snapshot of what our community and industry looks like, and how UX Mastery plans to tackle the challenges ahead.
Last week we spent an hour in our Ask the UXperts chatroom talking about designing for emotion, with Microsoft’s Edie Adams.
It was an interesting session with some great questions arising. If you missed it, you can read the full transcript here.
The UX Mastery community forums are moving to a shiny new home! We’re undertaking a forum platform migration from vBulletin to Discourse in the coming weeks. Read on for more details.
What is collaborative design? The answer seems obvious. However, there is a lot of room for things to go wrong — especially when the people involved have no experience in collaboration. Or design, for that matter. Vera shares some secrets for success.
In the first of our sessions for 2016, Hawk will be chatting with Microsoft’s chief ergonomist Edie Adams, about how to harness emotion to create meaningful products. Edie is the co-author of Design for Emotion. Come along armed with your questions.
Today is International Women’s Day. In this post we look at why it’s an important day to celebrate, we share some statistics about women in UX, and we feature our UX community’s favourite role models for women working in UX.
Matt chats with Tom Greever—designer and UX Director at Bitovi, and author of the latest O’Reilly title Articulating Design Decisions: Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience. Tom answers some questions submitted by the UX Mastery community, and discusses how defending your design decisions can sometimes be more important that the design […]