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"Yes, and" the Improv of UX
How the techniques that actors use in an improv setting can enhance the collaborative process we use in experience design.
Heather Wydeven -
Why UX Designers Need to Think like Architects
A look at the parallels between architects and user experience designers, and how the latter group can benefit from the work of the former.
Rima Reda -
UX experts Jason CranfordTeague, Sarah Horton, and Debra Gelman discuss accessibility issues and solutions relating to dyslexia.
Mary Jean Babic -
Gaining UX Insight through Dyads and Triads
Studying small groups of friends or family using your product in a familiar setting can yield qualitative insights that improve your user experience.
James Breeze, Gowri Penkar -
Diversity, Communication, and Insight are Winning Ingredients for JUXT
A closer look at the results in the Effective Agency Team category of the international Design for Experience awards, featuring the winner: JUXT.
UX Magazine Staff -
These Are My People: The Value in UX Organizations
Among other things, getting involved with UX organizations can help you network, expose you to broader UX culture, and give you the opportunity to share your experience.
Unicorn, Shmunicorn: Be a Pegasus
That rare creature on the UX landscape with the glittering horn—the one who can design and program—don't be one of those. Be a Pegasus instead, and fly above it all.
How Much UX have You Put into Your UX Portfolio?
Tips from a niche UX career development agency on creating a rewarding experience for hiring managers by putting some user-centered design magic into your portfolio.
UX Magazine Featured
Process Bricolage: Theft, Mashups, and Digital Products
As bricoleurs, experience designers and developers can mashup the strengths of multiple approaches.
Erik von Stackelberg