We hope you have enjoyed UXmas, the digital advent calendar for UX designers.
Here is a recap of days 13—24.
1. User Experience: Meet your Maker by Ruth Ellison
Ruth shows us what the world of User Experience can learn from maker culture.
2. How to Cure UX Burnout by Cathy Wang
Cathy shows us how to get back on our creative feet this holiday season, not eat away our burnout sorrows.
3. The Power of Personas by Brad Colbow (featuring Indi Young)
Brad and Indi’s humorous comic is an insightful introduction to using personas.
4. The Interface That Gives by Matt Morphett
Matt shows us how we can design interfaces that add real value to our users, not act like demanding six-year-olds.
5. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Stakeholder Meeting … by Matthew Magain (featuring Per Axbom)
Matt and Per’s short comic strip pokes fun at some of the jargon used in the UX world.
6. Wait for It by Stephen Anderson
Build an element of suspense into your applications to engage emotion and enhance the user’s experience.
7. Did UX Kill Branding? by Ben Rowe
A company’s brand isn’t just the logo—it’s the sum of the entire experience. How does UX fit in to branding?
8. Facilitating Organizational Change through UX by Lynn Teo
Lynn challenges those of us in UX leadership positions to set our toolkits to work for the entire organization.
9. My Ten Favourite UX Tools by Ben Tollady
Ben shares us with us his top ten tools to get UX done. What are your go-tos?
10. Stop the Elves! by Thirst Studios
On the night before Christmas, those pesky elves are trying to steal all of the presents from under the tree. Can you stop them?
11. December Discounts on UX Training by Udemy
Why not spend these holidays working through an online training course? UXmas readers can get 75% off—this month only.
12. Jodie’s Totally Divine Mulled Wine by The Cook App
Jodie Moule from the Cook app team shares with us her special recipe for mulled wine.
Did you miss days 1—13 of UXmas? Check them out here.
What was your favourite UXmas cracker? Let us know in the comments.