In an ever-globalising world, chances are that cross-cultural usability testing will crop up in your career. Luke Chambers shares some of the most important factors to consider when you’re testing across a cultural divide.
About Luke Chambers
General tinkerer, web tailor, user-centred design soldier and tall-ship sailor, Luke Chambers co-founded UX Mastery to help you get started and get better at UX. He has championed user experience design at organisations both small and large, and now spends his days listening, sketching, telling stories and explaining to everyone the "why" of the design that happens behind the visuals. He lives in a tumbledown farmhouse in Melbourne with his wife, and has two chooks.
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Join Joe Natoli – UX consultant to the Fortune 500 and author of Think First – in a dedicated Slack channel to discuss user requirements, UX strategy and how to understand what your users really need.
We hope you can make this free session, but if you can’t, we’ll ask Joe questions on your behalf. Read on to find out how it all works.
Never run a heuristic evaluation before? No problem! Luke helps define the advantages and disadvantages before providing step by step instructions for running a successful inspection of your design’s usability.
Today we had the pleasure of hosting Laura Klein (Principal at Users Know and author of UX for Lean Startups) in our brand new Ask the UXperts Slack channel. Laura was full of wit, personality and insights about how user Experience and growth hacking share many goals and priorities. If you didn’t make the session, make sure you read the transcript.
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.
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 […]
On Tuesday lunchtime (Melbourne time) Matt will be recording an interview with the marvellous Tom Greever for our next podcast episode. We’d love to include your questions in the podcast, anything to do with articulating design decisions, managing stakeholders, or team collaboration.
Ever thought “Why doesn’t UX Mastery do that?” Or “I wish they had more more info on this topic?”
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