Jeff Gothelf, designer, speaker, and author of the popular book Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience, shares some sage advice about how we should be focussing our energy when operating within an Agile development environment.
What does a day in the life of a UX Designer actually look like? One reader wanted to know, so Matt attempted to capture a typical day for him as a comic.
Every UX Designer is different though—why not download the comic template and create your own version of “A day in the life of a UX Designer”?
When someone on the street or at a party asks me, “What do you do for a living?” I usually say I’m a web designer.
It’s the answer that most people understand, even though it’s not really accurate. But if I were to respond with “I’m a user experience designer” then the conversation that follows is often much less straightforward. People either think I’m trying to big-note myself, to sound more important by using a fancy title, or they are genuinely confused and can’t grasp the idea, even when I go on to explain it.
Here’s why I use the title User Experience Designer, and why you should too.
Jodie Moule from Symplicit and UX Mastery’s own Luke Chambers will be answering all your UX questions for this month’s “Talk with the Experts” web chat hosted by SitePoint. 7am-8am Thurs 13 Sept, Melbourne time. Please come along with all those UX queries you’ve never had a chance to ask!