Speed Up Your Workflow With A UX Template

Speed Up Your Workflow With A UX Template

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Summary:

Ever feel like you’re reinventing the wheel on each project that you tackle?

Perhaps you need to make use of templates. Whether it’s a skeleton document that you’ve refined yourself over the years, or a handy file made available by someone else, templates can bring a huge speed boost to your workflow.

Ever feel like you’re reinventing the wheel on each project that you tackle?

Perhaps you need to make use of some UX templates. Whether that’s a set of skeleton documents you’ve refined yourself over the years, or templates that have been created and made available by others, starting with a template instead of starting from scratch can bring a huge speed boost to your workflow.

We’ve scoured the web, searching for the best UX templates to help you on your next project.

There are frameworks upon which to prototype your mobile app, scripts to use as the basis for your user testing sessions, and printouts of some simple panels to make your scribbled storyboard quicker to produce. You’re bound to find something of use!

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Note that while it can be helpful to leverage the work of others, these UX templates are tools to help you structure your thinking—they’re not a substitute for research, testing, or creativity. Also, please refer to the individual usage policy for each file that you use.

We think this is a pretty decent collection, but no doubt there are other UX templates that we’ve missed—if you’re aware of a template for a UX activity that you think we should include here, let us know!

Matthew Magain
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