Back in March we reviewed a Udemy course by Dr David Travis called User Experience: The Ultimate Guide To Usability. It’s a cracking course – a mammoth goldmine of useful online UX training. Dr Travis has generously provided some 75%-off coupon codes just for UX Mastery readers. There are only a few so get in quick!
Ever feel like you’re reinventing the wheel on each project that you tackle?
Perhaps you need to make use of templates. Whether it’s a skeleton document that you’ve refined yourself over the years, or a handy file made available by someone else, templates can bring a huge speed boost to your workflow.
Matt happens upon an industrial design anomaly that leaves him puzzled: a confusing label on a toilet roll dispenser.
What lessons can we learn from the design of physical products, and how can we apply them to digital 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…
Matt is not too proud to admit that he’s made his share of poor design decisions over the year. We all start somewhere!
In this post, he describes the single biggest mistake that he sees new UX designers making. Any bets on what you think it might be?
To coincide with the Swipe Conference in Sydney this week, we’re publishing interviews with some of the conference speakers.
Jake MacMullin, who worked on the ABC’s iView app for the iPad and iPhone, talks about how you can design your apps to be more accessible.