Back in March we reviewed a Udemy course by Dr David Travis called User Experience: The Ultimate Guide To Usability. It’s a cracking course – a mammoth goldmine of useful online UX training. Dr Travis has generously provided some 75%-off coupon codes just for UX Mastery readers. There are only a few so get in quick!
Ever feel like you’re reinventing the wheel on each project that you tackle?
Perhaps you need to make use of templates. Whether it’s a skeleton document that you’ve refined yourself over the years, or a handy file made available by someone else, templates can bring a huge speed boost to your workflow.
Have you ever heard of the User Experience Awards?
Matt hadn’t either, but as it turns out, they’re a thing—an annual juried event in New York City that celebrates exceptional digital user experiences.
Once upon a time, the phrase “online community” meant you had a forum. Today, there are a ton of alternative tools that allows online communities to come together.
Matt delves beyond the tools to profile some of the individuals whose contributions to the UX Mastery community have made the biggest impact on him.
Thinking of attending the Intranets2013 conference in Sydney this May?
Here’s one more reason to go—to attend a workshop with UX Mastery’s own Matthew Magain.
Matt takes us on a retrospective for 2012.
In this post he shares the 10 articles on uxmastery.com that received the most traffic last year.
If you missed anything, now’s your chance to catch up.
A couple of weeks ago, we ran our first ever reader survey, where we asked you to tell us who you were, how you came to work in user experience design, and what you wanted UX Mastery to become.
It’s time to reveal the winner of the super-mega-awesome-UX-book-bundle-thingy!
For the past week or two, the elves here at UX Mastery have been busy working closely with our friends at Thirst Studios to package up something very special.
We’re very proud to announce our Merry Christmas treat to you: uxmas.com
UX Mastery has been live for a few months now, and if you’ve been following along then you’ve probably come to know a little about us. Now we want to know about you.
To entice you to open up to us and complete our (really quite short) online survey, we’re offering a carrot. Actually I tell a lie, it’s not a carrot—it’s much tastier than that. It’s the super-mega-awesome-UX-book-bundle-thingy, worth over $200.
Today is World Usability Day, which exists to bring attention to the importance of usability and the role it can play in making a better world.
To celebrate the day, here’s a short comic about the struggles of being a UX Designer. Enjoy!