The results of our 2018 Readers Survey are in and we’re grateful to have such an engaged community who are so willing to offer constructive feedback. Here is a roundup of learnings and an announcement of our prize winners!
About Sarah Hawk
Formerly a developer in the corporate world, our Community Manager Hawk (who is actually a Kiwi and is only called Sarah by her mother) said goodbye to the code and succumbed to the lure of social science. Community Manager for the SitePoint network for several years and then Head of Community at FeverBee, Hawk is on the team that builds Discourse.
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Derek Featherstone shares his thoughts on the differences between inclusive design and accessibility. One is the journey and the other, the destination.
The UX Mastery community have been sketching up a storm in the Official 100 Day Sketching Challenge. Here is a roundup of the results.
Accessibility is an outcome. Inclusive design is a process. Join accessibility guru Derek Featherstone in our Slack channel to break this concept down.
Mads Soegaard of Interaction Design Foundation joined Hawk to talk about practical ways of getting a valuable UX education.
Patrick Quattlebaum and Chris Risdon joined Hawk in our Slack channel to talk about some concepts from their book “Orchestrating Experiences”. It was an awesome session. Here is the transcript.
Many aspiring UXers struggle with the conundrum of needing a job to get experience and needing experience to get a job. In our next Ask the UXperts session we will examine the need for both a theoretical and practical-based UX education, how we can best meet both those requirements, and ways to continue your UX […]
Customer experiences are increasingly complicated—with multiple channels, touchpoints, contexts, and moving parts—all delivered by fragmented organizations. We talk to the authors of “Orchestrating Experiences” about how to tackle designing for these challenges in our Slack channel.
Jorge Arango joined our community on Slack to take a deep dive into his book “Living in Information”. If you missed the session fear not – read more for the full transcript.
Living with information is an inherent part of life these days. Sites like Facebook, Wikipedia or your bank’s website are more than products or tools – they create contexts that change the way we interact, think, understand, and behave. In many ways, they function like places. Thinking about them like this gives designers of these information environments […]