In order to really understand how and why design studios work, though, designers must look beyond design. Senior product manager at Case Commons and UX Booth contributor Jim Lindstrom points us to social psychology and behavioral economics to better understand the dynamics.
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Custom social networks are a whole ‘nother monster when it comes to user engagement and experience. UX Booth managing editor Kristina Bjoran examines the problem space through the lens of enterprise social media platforms.
When, why, and how should you go about designing a responsive website? Equator web designer and UX Booth contributor Elaine Simpson breaks down the basics of responsive web design.
Without direct user testing, it can be tough to determine whether or not your website’s navigation and content works for its current users. But that’s where your search bar comes in. UX Booth Editor-in-Chief Andrew Maier chats with the esteemed Lou Rosenfeld about his new book on the subject of Site Search Analytics.
Underestimating the power of user research can (and does) lead to sub-par project results. Centare Senior UX Consultant Gail Swanson explains how to prioritize projects by focusing a bit more on research.
Getting started in any field can be tricky and initially overwhelming, and UX is no exception. UX designer and UX Booth contributor Mike Altman walks green UXers through the pros and cons of working at various types of organizations right out of the gate.
When talk builds about making seductive interactions, it’s nice to have people like Stephen Anderson giving us his two cents. Here are UX Booth contributor Michael Wilson’s two cents on Anderson’s two cents.
Getting lost in the minutiae of user experience research can affect the way we design for the Big Picture. Writer and user experience lead Jod Kaftan discusses why and how you should strive for design transcendence.
Many iOS users don’t know the basic gestures or default system tools that make using these devices so easy. Designers should be aware of these issues and either offer guidance or provide alternate solutions that compensate for this knowledge gap.
Knowing your stuff isn’t necessarily enough to land your dream job. Those in charge of hiring UX professionals are concerned with a number of other factors; don’t let it catch you off guard.