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Agile and UCD are two high ideals that revolve around processes. But sometimes they seem to be at odds with each other. This week, author Danny Bluestone attempts to bridge the gap between agile development, and user-centered design. The post Overcoming the Agile/UCD Divide appeared first on UX Booth.
Usability is about more than just a pretty interface. So why is it that more objectively attractive UIs often have better usability? In this article, author Marli Mesibov explores the correlation and causation between visual design and usability. The post How Visual Design Makes for Great UX appeared first on UX Booth.
3D Touch is a new field, rapidly becoming more widely valued. But how can it change, or even revolutionize, the way we interact with our mobile phones and tablets? This week, author Rian van der Merwe enlightens us. The post The Next Step for 3D Touch appeared first on UX Booth.
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Many people in the content industry say content strategists shouldn’t be responsible for return on investment. But content can be quantified, via dollars, influence, or reach. This week, author Jess Hutton shows us what metrics can appropriately measure content. The post Making Content Measurable appeared first on UX Booth.
Ready to get your feet wet in Interaction Design? In this article we touch briefly on all aspects of Interaction Design: the deliverables, guiding principles, noted designers, their tools and more. Even if you're an interaction designer...Show More Summary
Designers practice and perfect developing empathy for users. In order to communicate their designs, they need to have empathy for stakeholders, too. This week, author Tom Greever provides advice on how to get through to the stakeholders. The post Stakeholders are People Too appeared first on UX Booth.
When we skimp on research, our work suffers. With that in mind, there's a lot we can learn from architects, who are forced to do research before beginning a new building. This week, author and former architect Ling Lim illustrates how we can improve our projects by thinking like architects. The post What UX Designers can Learn from Architects appeared first on UX Booth.
It’s no secret - getting from idea to development can be a challenging process, whether it‘s about translating features into a user interface or aligning functionality to a user journey. In this article, Thomas Gläser, Head of UX atShow More Summary
Kristina Bjoran has been working in UX for years, but this week she shows us what we can all learn from DesignLab's user experience courses. The post UX Research and Strategy: a DesignLab Course Review appeared first on UX Booth.
We were very pleased to interview author Joe Natoli about his new book Think First: My no-nonsense approach to creating successful products, memorable user experiences and happy customers. Today, we’ll be offering readers an excerpt of the book itself. The post Think First: A No-Nonsense Approach appeared first on UX Booth.
All the user experience best practices in the world won't save a project designed for the wrong audience, or designed to solve the wrong problem. This week, Joe Natoli, author of Think First, tells us how to avoid the pitfalls of starting without a strategy. The post A Strategy Can Make Or Break Design appeared first on UX Booth.
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Innovation is more than just a buzzword. These days it's as important as sales or engineering. This week, author Mike Gadsby reveals the benefits and challenges of starting an innovation lab. The post Do Innovation Labs Live Up to the Hype? appeared first on UX Booth.
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Wearable technologies — such as Google Glass — present not only a direct user experience challenge, but also a social experience challenge. How are individuals wearing these new technologies perceived? How do they perceive themselves?...Show More Summary
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In school we looked to teachers for advice and mentorship. But out in the "real world," designers need to find alternative ways to continue to learn. This week, author Ximena Vengoechea explains how to get value out of modern-day mentorships. The post The Value of Modern-Day Mentorship appeared first on UX Booth.
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In part 1 of this 2-part series, Associate Professor Nick Bowman explored the social implications of wearable technologies such as Google Glass. Now, in part 2, Bowman shares results of a study conducted by his communication technology team at West Virginia University’s Interaction Lab. The post Preparing Users for a Future of Wearables (Part 2) appeared first on UX Booth.