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Harnessing Ancient Wisdom for Extraordinary User Experiences.

Article by Anurag Sen
The Hidden Magic of UX: Unraveling the Feng Shui Connection
  • The article delves into the enchanting connection between UX design and the ancient wisdom of Feng Shui.
  • The author explores how the integration of Feng Shui principles can transform user experiences, creating harmonious digital journeys that evoke tranquility, balance, and a deep connection with users.
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Personalization, engagement, and efficiency—discover how AI and ML are shaping the future of UX design and revolutionizing user experiences.

Article by Ali Abdu
The Future of UX Design: How AI and Machine Learning Are Changing the Way We Design
  • The article cover how AI and ML transform UX design with the following 3 points:
    • Personalization.
    • Engagement.
    • Efficiency.
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Embracing the Balance: Nurturing Humanity in an AI-Driven World. Depending on who you ask, AI is either empowerment or a means to take your job. I fall into the former camp, empowerment, and here’s why.

Article by Chris Kernaghan
Amidst All The AI Hype, Remember The Human Touch
  • The article emphasizes the importance of maintaining human connection and empathy in an AI-driven world.
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If you’re a fan of cartoons, you’ve probably seen that moment when the main character has a great idea, and a lightbulb turns on in their brain. Or maybe a genius plan falls into place. Well, “aha moments” aren’t just for cartoon characters. Businesses need them too.

Article by Adam Fard
Manufacturing “Aha Moments” For Your Users
  • An “aha moment” is the moment your users realize the value your product provides. The author suggests that finding the “aha moment” for your product starts with user interviews and usability testing to understand your users’ habits, priorities, and wants.
  • According to the author, to facilitate the “aha moment” for your users, you should focus on:
    • Onboarding;
    • Personalization;
    • Removing barriers or bottlenecks in the user experience.
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In a world of attention-grabbing headlines, it’s more important than ever to critically evaluate claims of “dead” concepts and practices.

Article by Rich Nadworny
Bring out your dead!
  • From author’s perspective, labeling concepts or practices as “dead” has become commonplace, but such claims are often superficial and driven by commercial interests.
  • The media industry tends to favor sensationalism over substantive analysis, which can lead to oversimplification of complex issues.
  • The excitement of design and innovation lies in its evolution and rediscovery, as it continuously gets better through trial and error over time. It’s important to critically evaluate trends and consider the broader context.
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Navigating the ethical minefield of design by understanding the importance of responsible design practices.

Article by Nate Schloesser
Breaking the Code: The Consequences of Ignoring Ethics in Design
  • In the article, the author proves that designing digital products, services, and systems requires thoughtful consideration of social, ethical, and moral implications.
  • The following are some of the most important ethical issues in digital design:
    • Privacy;
    • Data protection;
    • Accessibility;
    • Fairness and non-discrimination;
    • Transparency;
    • Transparency in decision-making;
    • Responsible AI.
  • To ensure ethical design and development of digital technologies, the author suggests using the following practices:
    • Conducting user research and testing;
    • Incorporating diverse perspectives in the design process;
    • Clear and transparent communication with users;
    • Continual evaluation and improvement;
    • Consult with experts and follow the guidelines;
    • Adopt and follow a code of ethics.
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