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The lead designer from Looksery—Snapchat’s recent acquisition—explains how user testing led to the creation of an app people can’t get enough of.

Article by Jordan Crone
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Usability Matters invites you to take their service design heuristics into the field and discover what they can do for your organization.

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Designers can streamline their workflow and improve their products by getting down and dirty with some rough-and-tumble research methods.

Article by Jocelyn Lin
Share:Using “Dumb Data” To Make Smart Design Decisions
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We talk with Joe Natoli, enterprise UX consultant and author of the new book, Think First.

Article by Josh Tyson
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Charting your progress in the design process with the help of a simple checklist can keep you team focused and productive.

Article by Joseph Dickerson
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Setting aside time and space to workshop and brainstorm with colleagues and clients is crucial to the experience design strategy of DfE award-winners SAP.

Article by Ann-Sofie Ruf
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