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Announcing Winners in the International Design for...
We are thrilled to present the winners of the inaugural international Design for Experience Awards!
UX Magazine Staff
QuickPanel: Women in Tech
UX experts Irene Au, Brenda Laurel, Indi Young, and Christina Wodtke discuss the experience of being a woman in the tech world.
Mary Jean Babic
Visualizing Progress with Agile Storymapping
Storymapping allows teams to look at their project as a whole and make sure all of its tasks are on-track.
David Peter Simon
How Mature is Your Organization when it Comes to...
To optimally integrate experience design in an organization, it's helpful to first map out its maturity level.
Juan Manuel Carraro
Five Tips for Letting Collaboration Fuel...
The authors of Naked Innovation share insights from the first iteration of their book, which is currently being revised using community feedback.
Zachary Jean Paradis
Internet of Things and the Work of the Hands
Looking to philosopher Albert Borgmann and the wood-burning stove, we see that the Internet of Things must create meaningful interactions in order to succeed.
A Walk Down Front-End Development Lane
Looking back over the rapidly changing landscape through 32 years of front-end-development.
The Future of Information Dashboards
Five things that will change the way we experience data using information dashboards.
Usability Tip: Intuitive Design Clears Confusion...
Make your processes intuitive and avoid confusing users.
How to Help Your Users Take Action
Accounting for cue, reaction, evaluation, ability, and timing in your design process can help spur your users into action.
ONE Robot: Designed by the autistic community for...
Working directly with autistic users and their support communities provided the design cues necessary to create a robot that helps its users interact with the world.
Social Networks can be More than Just a “Like”
Creating an online community within your website can enrich customer service, deepen the relationship users have with your products, and grow brand loyalty.
The Game-Changing Nature of Beacons
Bluetooth enabled beacon technology is primed to go mainstream and completely change the way we think of designing experiences.
Four Mobile Design Tips for Brick-and-Mortar...
How to successfully integrate mobile apps and emerging technologies into the offsite shopping experience.
Everything I Really Need to Know about User...
Childhood lessons in good behavior and solid decision-making can be invaluable assets to UX practitioners.
QuickPanel: Air Travel
Mike Fisher, Andy Polaine, and Indi Young on broken airport experiences.
Mary Jean Babic
The Hubris and Humility of Opting In
As we opt-in to giving more and more of our selves over to technology, we risk trading dignity for convenience.
Usability Tip: No Dead-Ends, Please
Don't confuse and annoy your users by leading them to dead ends.
Eight Guidelines for Successful Acceptance Testing...
Successful acceptance testing requires up-front work and attention to the right details—here are eight guidelines for making sure you get it done right.
Process Bricolage: Theft, Mashups, and Digital...
As bricoleurs, experience designers and developers can mashup the strengths of multiple approaches.
UX the Bruce Lee Way
Many of the guiding principles that made Bruce Lee a master martial artist can help you become a master designer.
The Positive Impact of Good UX on Non-Profits
A study of the UNICEF and Red Cross websites finds that a well-designed experience encourages users to behave more charitably.
Some Thoughts on Being Flat
In the age of mobile, have we outgrown the metaphors skeuomorphic design uses to bridge digital and physical experiences?
QuickPanel: Digital Cocooning
Randy Farmer, Brenda Laurel, and Christina Wodtke discuss the isolating elements of pervasive mobile technnology
Mary Jean Babic