Hawk reviews the online course “How to Develop an Information Architecture using Card Sorting” by Joji Mori and finds herself pleasantly surprised (with a couple of caveats).
Hawk reviews the online course, “Foundations of UX: Content Strategy” by Patrick Nichols.
Her first impression was that the course is underwhelming, but recommends persevering because it contains hidden gems of wisdom and some handy tips and pointers.
Hawk reviews the online course, “User Experience Fundamentals for Web Design” by Chris Nodder as part of our series of online UX course reviews.
This course has merits and would be useful for an absolute beginner to web design, but perhaps not right for someone who gets bored easily.
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 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…
In a recent trip to visit his parents in the house in which he grew up, Matt stumbled upon a gem from his childhood: a kid’s book dedicated to typography.
He relives some of the moments that sparked his initial interest in design.
In the second of our series of reviews of online UX courses, we look at a course claiming to be “the ultimate guide to usability”.
Is this just marketing hyperbole, or a deserving description of the content? Matt investigates…
Have you ever wished you had an easier way to user test your mobile app (or the mobile experience of visiting your website)?
A new iPhone app, Magitest, promises to change that by turning your phone into a portable mobile usability lab. Matt puts the app through its paces.