So you’re interested in being published on uxmastery.com, eh?
Fantastic! We’d love to help you with that. Have a read through the following information, which will give you the best chance at getting your article published.
Who is UX Mastery?
We’re an online resource for aspiring experience designers — whether veterans or beginners — and our content is therefore all about being practically helpful and topically relevant.
We’re run by a very small team experienced in both experience design AND editing & publishing, and we’re backed by a very large and friendly UX community.
Our readers are professional experience designers, design researchers, service designers, information architects, product managers, and other people involved in creating things with a people-centred design process. To write well for these people, you should learn more about the UX Mastery community.
For more details on our team and what we do, you should read the details on our About page.
What types of content do we accept?
We expect original, exclusive and practical content written by someone with experience in UX, design, psychology, visual thinking, business storytelling, or other related fields.
What are we NOT looking for?
Good question! Our focus on helpful and relevant content that acts in the interests of our readers means there are a few things we won’t publish:
What’s in it for you?
But, most importantly, we’d hope that you see value in sharing your experiences with your UX community—having a platform to share your thinking with the current and future generations of UX designers is often the biggest motivation for people that regularly write for us.
OK, I’m in! What next?
Great! If you’ve ticked through all of the above, then your next step is to send us an article outline using the form below. This is important for us to assess the philosophy behind your article, as well as the structure and arguments you hope to make.
We don’t want you to labour for days creating a finished masterpiece, only to find out that it’s not something we can publish in it’s current form. Let’s check that we’re on the same page first before you invest a ton of time.