As UX professionals, we sit at the intersection of many parts of a business. It’s this placement in our company’s organisation and workflow that makes communicating as a UX professional both imperative and, at times, extremely difficult. Doug Collins shares a few important lessons to help you communicate better, regardless of who you’re speaking to.
Next up in our Slack channel, Jen Marshall will share experiences from her work as a product leader, trainer and product management consultant. We’ll talk about managing stakeholders and product teams, understanding authority, communicating with integrity, and getting the important messages heard.
In the latest of our Ask the UXperts sessions, Indi Young joins Hawk in the chatroom to talk about empathy and active listening, and how you can apply them to your work.
Join Hawk and Indi Young in our chatroom to talk about how empathy and active listening can help you make better decisions, improve strategies, and collaborate successfully.
Webstock is an annual conference in Wellington, New Zealand, with a reputation for hosting deftly curated presentations by an eclectic mix of creative, interesting, and entertaining people.
The UX Mastery team were in full attendance this year. Hawk recaps the two-day event—complete with sketchnotes.
It’s been a while since we launched our last ebook. However, we have some good news: 1) our latest ebook, UX Sketchnotes, is out now, and 2) it’s completely free for subscribers to our newsletter.
What are you waiting for?
It’s been a huge year at UX Mastery. We started our community forum and our series of Ask the UXperts sessions, published two eBooks and over 100 articles, from both our own team and from guest authors.
Here are the 10 articles that garnered the most interest from our readers, counted down David Letterman-style.
Last week Matt travelled to Indonesia to explore the age-old question: What the @#$% is UX?
He got answers; he also got a stomach bug. It was all worth it in the search for how to craft a good experience.
Do you have an idea that you’d love to share with the UX community?
Every year we publish UXmas, a digital advent calendar for the UX community. Past contributors have included some of the biggest names in the industry, and this year your name could be on that list. Read on to find out how!
Last week Luke and I attended UX Australia—our annual pilgrimage where we connect with the wider UX community to get educated and inspired about all things UX!
Here is our wrap-up and Sketchnotes.