Key findings from the 2016 UX Mastery Reader’s Survey give a fascinating snapshot of what our community and industry looks like, and how UX Mastery plans to tackle the challenges ahead.
The UX Mastery community forums are moving to a shiny new home! We’re undertaking a forum platform migration from vBulletin to Discourse in the coming weeks. Read on for more details.
Matt chats with Dave Gray – author, designer, entrepreneur and founder of XPLANE. They discuss visual thinking, education, evolution and entrepreneurship!
Ever thought “Why doesn’t UX Mastery do that?” Or “I wish they had more more info on this topic?”
We’d love to hear your thoughts. Have your say and help shape UX Mastery’s content and priorities in 2016, and be in the running for some great prizes too!
Matt chats with David Trewern, an award-winning Australian designer and founder of the Tractor design school. They discuss design schools, whether accreditation is valuable, and how to prepare for a career in UX.
Our fifth ebook, Think First, is the latest title to hit the UX Mastery digital bookshelf.
This time around we’re very excited about collaborating with a new author, the indefatigable Joe Natoli. Joe is a UX consultant to Fortune 100 companies, and has 26 years experience in the field.
Last week Matt caught up with Joe Natoli, known as instructor of the very popular UX Fundamentals online course. They spoke about UX strategy, careers, success, mistakes, and Joe’s upcoming book, Think First.
Luke and Matt made their annual pilgrimage to the UX Australia conference, to teach, learn, and hang out with Australia’s UX community. Matt shares some of his sketchnotes and thoughts on the conference.
Luke has volunteered answer any question you dare to throw at him, live and uncensored, in our first ever ‘Ask Me Anything’ session. This is your chance to ask all those burning questions you have about UX!
On Monday July 20, we’re running another of our popular Introduction to UX Design workshops at Nest Coworking in Melbourne.
Whether you’re directly responsible for designing digital products, or only peripherally involved, this workshop will give you enough experience to feel confident working with a user-centred design process.