How can we create more meaning in our everyday work? How can we make routines to contribute to the intention of wellness for people, work, projects, communities and economies for an enlightened future society? Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong introduce seven practices we can use right away to start exploring our responses.
Hawk family Christmases are all about the laughter, family and fires – the human experience.
Earlier this year, I passed the five year mark in my UX career. It’s been an incredible ride so far.
This UXmas, I’d like to share some of these lessons from my first few years in the hope one or two may help you in your own UX journey.
Ah, the holidays. A time to reflect, connect with friends and family, and agonise over the awkwardness of exchanging gifts with colleagues and clients.
Looking for gift ideas for fellow UXers, clients or colleagues? Read on…
UXmas is back in 2016 to deliver your daily UX Christmas treat.
We’re more excited than Rudolph the reindeer on Christmas Eve that UXmas 2016 has officially begun. Along with Thirst Studios, we’re bringing you a special a UX treat each day in the lead-up to Christmas.
It’s common for newcomers to UX to experience a moment of absolute panic when they discover they need a portfolio. “But how can I build a portfolio when I have no experience?” they ask. The usual online advice is to help a local small business, find a friend with a startup, volunteer for a non-profit, or create a hypothetical project. But the details are often lacking. Lynne Davies bridges the gap by sharing her experience of how she built up her portfolio, and what she learnt along the way.
Ahead of the Mobile UX London conference this month, we chatted to Sandra Gonzalez, conference host and Principal UX Designer at Just Eat. Since joining the online food order and delivery service at the start of the year, Sandra has built the company’s Digital Brand Studio from scratch and delivered the latest product redesign. Sandra talks to us about best practice in UX design, where she see’s the industry heading, and how UX design is making the world a better place.
When you’re starting out in your UX career, it’s hard to know where to begin. Specialist or generalist? Design or research? Or maybe you want to try a bit of everything. We collected some of the most inspiring advice from the UX Mastery community to help guide you through the confusion.
What are the elements of a project we should be thinking about to help bring people together to make meaningful things as a team? What does making meaningful work mean to you? Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong share their hard-won insights on creating a more harmonious work environment, but may leave you with more questions than answers.
Owning your mistakes in UX isn’t as simple as it sounds. How do you own up to your mistakes without compromising your standing in your company? Leigh Gamon shares how you can create the right balance and keep learning without compromising your career.