As UX researchers and designers we need to understand the complexities of the human mind to represent our users in usable designs that will fulfil both user and business goals. Sponsored link In the last few years I have been part of big implementation projects.
I’ve noticed a recent shift in the kinds of projects I have been getting from clients. Very often, rather than building a website, app or other solution which will be used by end users I am being asked to use user experience techniques to help
UX Designers come from many varied backgrounds, strategy, visual design, even developers. However, one discipline that seems to produce far fewer UXers than most is project management. For this reason it is often a baptism of fire for a UX Designer to try and manage
A few years ago, in the “desktop-centric” world of digital design, User Experience Designers focused on the user “visit” to a single digital destination, NOT a multi channel customer journey in which they may encounter several digital touch-points. To be fair to the UX Designers
I was recently discussing the nature of dark patterns with some colleagues and it got me thinking about what role we as UX professionals have to play when balancing the needs of the user against the needs of the business. Sponsored link For those that