Jorge Arango joined our community on Slack to take a deep dive into his book “Living in Information”. If you missed the session fear not – read more for the full transcript.
Animation on the web can be a contentious subject. Some people hate it. Val Head loves it – and she gets it right.
In this session Val will talk us through just what ‘getting it right’ means.
Justin Davis effortlessly held our attention on Slack for an hour as he talked us through the process of designing better human-to-human conversations in order to help us design better human-to-product conversations.
I highly recommend checking out this transcript.
Our theme for April is accessibility and inclusive design, and we kicked things off in style with a great session in our Slack channel with accessibility expert Derek Featherstone.
Read on to find out what went down.
During March, we were lucky to host Susan Weinschenk and Andy Vitale in our Ask the UXperts Slack channel.
In keeping with the theme of stakeholder management, each offered their views on how UXers can successfully navigate the challenges of working with different areas within organisations. Today we’re highlighting a few of their key insights.
Next week we’ll host Dr Susan Weinschenk in our Ask the UXperts Slack channel to get the lowdown on what stakeholders need to know about psychology in order to understand our design decisions.
If you feel like you’re constantly banging your head against the wall trying to justify your work, then this session is for you.
Our theme for March is managing stakeholders and 3M’s Andy Vitale was right on point in the latest in our Ask the UXperts series with his session on “Designing a Culture of Experience”.
If you missed it, never fear – here is a transcript of the session.
First up in our Slack channel for 2017 we’re excited to be hosting Dr Paul Sherman, who will share his tips, tricks and best practices for onboarding users to your application, product or service.
Cindy McCracken takes to our Slack channel to discuss the nitty gritty details of Usability Testing – like writing effective tasks and questions, observing users, and presenting results.
We’ll dig into recruiting participants effectively, and managing participants when you’re under stress. Join us!
Yesterday we were fortunate enough to be graced a second time by the presence of Amanda Stockwell in our Slack channel. This time she was helping us to unpack that confusing and elusive (some would even say non-existent) subject – UX strategy. To put things into perspective, when we talk ‘strategy’ we’re talking about product strategy. Amanda’s […]