Wishing you a very merry UXmas!

Wishing you a very merry UXmas!


UXmas is back in 2016 to deliver your daily UX Christmas treat.

We’re more excited than Rudolph the reindeer on Christmas Eve that UXmas 2016 has officially begun. Along with Thirst Studios, we’re bringing you a special a UX treat each day in the lead-up to Christmas.

UXmas is back in 2016 with your daily UX Christmas treat.

We’re more excited than Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer on Christmas Eve now that UXmas 2016 has officially begun. Along with Thirst Studios, we’ll bring you a daily UX treat in the lead-up to Christmas. 

Beginning December 1, a new window will open each day on the uxmas.com website to reveal a surprise gift. Since 2012, we’ve brought together some of the biggest names in UX with fun and insightful content, just for you—and this year is no different! It’s our way of giving back to you, the UX community. Plus, who could resist that pun? 

What can you expect? Anything! It could be an article, a video, a sketch, or something else—just like a real advent calendar, you never know what you’re going to get.

Hundreds of thousands of people have enjoyed the articles and emails over the past few years. From the streets of New York to the jungles of the Congo, from tiny 1-inch screens to huge video billboards, unwrapping a daily UXmas gift is an experience appreciated around the globe.

Join us this year on Twitter @merryuxmas, and sign up to the mailing list at uxmas.com for a daily #uxmas gift.

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And most importantly, have a merry UXmas!


Natassja Hoogstad Hay
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Natassja Hoogstad Hay
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  • I got bored of the IA video about half way hrough, he’d basically just shuffled his bits of paper randomly and pulled 1 part out.

    • Nope, there is definitely some magic in there. :)

      If you follow the instructions as he walks you through, you’ll be astounded with the result. Very clever.

      I should also say that Dan’s ‘patter’ while he’s performing the trick is both smooth and explains Information Architecture with a great metaphor. This was one of my favourite entries for UXmas (‘A Miracle at Christmas‘). It’s well worth persisting with!

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