We’re running a collaborative UX project to design a portfolio for new community member Noquarter and we’re inviting you to join us. This is a unique opportunity to be involved in a project with a group of UX professionals with a wealth of different backgrounds and experiences. Hawk explains more…
Creating a great survey is like designing a great user experience—they become a waste of time and money if the audience is not at the centre of the process.
Chris Gray shows us in this whiteboard animation how to build the kind of survey that will collect the most valuable information from our users.
It’s World Usability Day, and to celebrate, the folks from Optimal Workshop have pulled together the ultimate UX and Marketing Toolkit, worth $30,000.
Here’s how this amazing collection of tools could be yours.
Two brave and whippet-smart women recently put up their hands to take each other on in the second of our UX debates, that “Up-front user research is a crucial part of the UX process”.
Here’s how it went down.
Two brave and whippet-smart women—Donna Spencer and Angela Randall—have put up their hands to take each other on in our second Great Debate.
The topic? “Up-front User Research – Crucial or Not?”
Automated readability tests give an indication of whether your text is easy to understand. But just how useful are they? Content strategist Matt Fenwick explores the pros, the cons, and reveals how he uses them in his business.
In this guest post, Libby relays several real-world examples that demonstrate how accessibility is not just a checklist to keep a minority group happy, but a core component of the user experience that can enhance the usability of your product for all users.
Have you ever wished you had an easier way to user test your mobile app (or the mobile experience of visiting your website)?
A new iPhone app, Magitest, promises to change that by turning your phone into a portable mobile usability lab. Matt puts the app through its paces.
We call ourselves UXers, and despite our different backgrounds and skill sets, we all have something in common. But what is it?
Matt ruminates on the attribute that makes UX Designers unique.
Everyl Yankee talks about ‘task’ oriented UX design techniques, and how we must then take the step up to ‘object’ oriented user interfaces and navigation systems to keep user interaction as simple and straightforward as possible.