Matt dives into a visual thinking book that is teeming with whimsy and personality, and comes out the other side convinced that Sunni Brown’s latest offering is actually one heck of an important business book.
Have you ever watched an amazing singer perform and fallen a little bit in love with them?
Sarah has to admit to being a bit smitten with Mike Rohde after taking his online course, “The Sketchnote Handbook”.
In the next course review instalment, Kimberley learns how to shift her mindset to get what it is she wants—her dream job.
She is immersed in a world of mind-reshaping motivational tips and practical advice for interview success, self-marketing, and personal branding. She comes out the other side with a laundry list of to-dos and a slight head-spin.
In the next in our series of reviews of online UX courses, Sarah gets stuck into how to get a job in product management.
She is promised tips to frame her resume, get a recruiter’s attention and insights into interview questions—and comes out the other end informed, but rather confused.
In the next in our popular series of reviews of online UX courses, Sarah sets her sights on mobile app design.
She dives into a course that promises to teach how to design a mobile app from scratch—and comes up pleasantly surprised.
In the fifth of our series of course reviews, we examine Dr David Travis’s “Usability Testing Boot Camp”.
The course extensively examines the process of testing for usability. Read what Sarah has to say about it.
Sarah delves into a course that is aptly titled “User Experience Design Fundamentals”.
The course is an in-depth exploration into the processes and techniques behind user experience design. Here’s what she has to say…
Matt reviews the recently released book “UI Is Communication” by Everett McKay, and discovers a remarkable collection of patterns, examples, and principles for crafting useful, usable, delightful user interfaces.
Were you unable to attend the Web Directions South 13 conference in Sydney last week?
Fear not! Matt’s video of sketchnotes will allow you to catch up on everything you missed. The best part? It’s only about 5 minutes!
Matt reviews a new course on creating interactive HTML prototypes: Livetyping, by Martin Polley.