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.
We’re delighted to announce a partnership with SitePoint, an organisation that has been producing high quality web design and development content for years.
All UX Mastery ebooks are now available to download or read online as part of a Learnable membership.
Last month, Matt travelled to the Philippines to teach a workshop about how to inspire innovation in your workplace. Fair warning: his write-up of the trip includes photos of hammocks, beaches, and enviable countryside. Read on to live vicariously!
May 21st is Global Accessibility Awareness day, and we’re pretty excited about that. Hawk takes a look at some of the events that are taking place around the globe.
With an award-winning community manager at the reins, it’s no wonder the UX Mastery community forums is going from strength to strength.
This year on Community Manager Appreciation Day, we say congratulations to Hawk for winning public recognition for her community management skills.
The new year has rolled around and we’re getting back into the swing of things, although it hasn’t been easy getting motivated to come in from the sunshine!
Hawk brings us up to date with all things community to kick things off.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this year’s edition of UXmas, the advent calendar for the UX community. Luke recaps the recent list of UX articles.
The UX Mastery team are taking a hard-earned break over the festive season. Happy holidays, and see you in 2015!
During the first 12 days of UXmas this year, we’ve postulated on the future of the industry, drawn parallels between UX and Rudolph, and even snuck a peek at Santa’s naughty list.
Matt reflects on the gifts that have been unwrapped to date. What has been your favourite UXmas gift so far?