Documentation helps designers tell a story and facilitate change. Pamela Rodriguez investigates how holistic, project-wide documentation helps teams avoid repeating mistakes, organize their ideas, and improve their process.
Posts about “process”
While UX Designers tend to focus on usability before value, entrepreneurs focus on selling a product. In this post, Sani El-Fishawy asks Designers to marry the two by heeding the call of the lean startup movement.
In this insightful interview with authors Cennydd Bowles and James Box, we discuss what was easy and what was difficult about writing a book for the user experience designers among us that continually fly under the radar.
Although critique should be constructive and impartial, it’s inevitable that at times you’ll disagree with the feedback you receive. This selection, taken from Chapter 5 of the book Undercover UX, explains how to amass evidence in support of your user-centered designs.
EffectiveUI chief executive officer Rebecca Flavin examines how the ongoing “platform wars” effects user experience. Even with all the options in the hands of we designers, it’s important to remember that users come first.
Ready to get real about your website’s content? In this article, we’ll take a look at Content Strategy; that odd amalgamation of web savvy, Information Architecture and editorial process that adds up to something infinitely greater than the sum of its parts.
Analysis has traditionally been a numbers game. Only recently, however, has this industry turned its focus towards more qualitative methods—the domain of user testing! In this article, we explore the intersection of user experience and web analytics, so that budding designers can add rigor to their process.
Prototyping is an essential part of an iterative, user-centered design process. In this post, Andrew walks readers through a variety of considerations made during the creation and adoption of prototypes.
Sometimes it’s important to take a step back from reading articles related to user experience and listen to the stories told by those at the forefront of our discipline. So to that end, we sent out a few questions to the speakers of the UX London conference asking them a couple of questions about how they got started and where they see our industry going
Professionals within our industry are completely awash with opportunities by which they can tweak and cajole better user experiences from their projects. The difficult part is maintaining quality across all of these channels. Because of how multifaceted User Experience is, a user experience designer begins to take on a more directorial position within a project/company, which I see as analogous to that of a creative director.