It’s been a huge year at UX Mastery.
We started our popular community forum and our series of Ask the UXperts sessions, published two more eBooks (Get Started in UX and A Practical Guide to Information Architecture), and published over 100 articles.
Here are the 10 articles that garnered the most interest from our readers, counted down in reverse, David Letterman-style.
All of us at UX Mastery thank you for your continued support and hope you have a fantastic end-of-2014 celebration! Here’s to a fabulous 2015. Enjoy!
Ben Tollady and Ben Rowe, from Thirst Studios, gave us their take on the question: “Is there a formula for delight?”
This course by Lis Hubert, an holistic introduction to the foundations of user experience, comes pretty close to a perfect 10.
In April and May we focussed on sketching, sketchoting and how these skills can make you a better UX Designer. Kim wrapped up this theme with a collection of resources to get you sketching like Da Vinci in no time.
We updated this popular article by Chris Gray with a whiteboard animation about how to build the kind of survey that will collect the most valuable information from our users.
One of our guest writers, Emil Lamprecht, created a list of 7 things you need to know—and that recruiters should be looking for—in a world of UX wannabes.
Hawk brought us 10 inspiring UX portfolios that we can learn from when building our own.
Megan Grocki brought us a whiteboard animation on how to create a Customer Journey Map, a visual interpretation from an individual’s perspective of their relationship with an organization, service, product or brand.
We asked 20 UX professionals to share their tips on how to convince clients that a UX process is the best way to design (or redesign) a product or service. Here’s what they said …
We updated Donna Spencer’s cracking article on conducting a content audit with this sketch video.
Luke talked us through how to create the perfect portfolio to present to a prospective employer.
What was your favourite article of 2014? Let us know in the comments.