The latest UX Mastery ebook, A Practical Guide to Information Architecture, Second Edition, hits digital bookshelves today. As well as coming bundled with over $100 of goodies, if you order your copy today, you could win an annual license to the entire Optimal Workshop suite!
This is the third of our community roundups, a summary of what has been going on in the UX Mastery community forums.
If you’re not part of our forums, perhaps you’d like to get in amongst it!
The next UX Mastery ebook tackles the topic of information architecture.
A Practical Guide to Information Architecture, Second Edition, is an easy-to-read handbook for researching, creating, testing and communicating decisions made when undergoing an IA project.
Pick up a copy on launch day and you could win a suite of UX testing tools valued at $1,990.
Ask the UXperts is a series of free online text-based chat sessions, each running for approximately an hour.
Next up, we will be talking Usability Testing with Gerry Gaffney and Designing for Conversion with Aleksander Czyz.
Books and online courses are fantastic resources, but there’s nothing like an in-person training workshop to ask, challenge, and reflect on your new-found knowledge, as you apply it to an activity under expert guidance.
If you’re in Melbourne, Sydney, Manila or Kuala Lumpur, you can give your career the kickstart it needs with a UX Mastery workshop.
We are introducing an exciting new initiative for our community members—a one hour UX Webinar dubbed “Office Hours with Luke and Matt”.
It is exclusive to our forum Gold Members. Find out more about it and how you can become a Gold Member…
The 4th Annual International UX Awards or “UXies” are on again in San Francisco this September.
The UXies are based in the U.S, but they encourage entries internationally, so let’s up the Australian contingent!
After running a few successful workshops at various conferences, we’ve decided to start running regular in-person training in Melbourne, and eventually, other cities.
Next week we’re running a full-day introduction to user experience design, and because it’s the first time we’ve run it, attendance is dirt cheap.
Matt explores the fields of graphic recording (large-scale visual note-taking for presentations, meetings, and workshops) and graphic facilitation (large-scale visual note-taking in a way that informs the conversation), both of which are natural areas towards which visual thinkers may choose to gravitate.
Our next Ask the UXperts text-based chat is with Mike Rohde, author of the popular The Sketchnote Handbook. Come along and get all your questions about sketching and visual thinking answered by the guy who literally wrote the book on sketchnoting.