Need summer reading ideas? Expand your UX skills, stay on top of the latest prototyping trends, or help pitch your projects to your stakeholders with the 5 most popular UX articles from our social media platforms.
Your job is to come up with the perfect solution that users will love while taking into account the needs and constraints of sales, marketing, support, design, development, QA, IT, and every other part of the business that has a stake in the product. Oddly enough, getting to the right solution requires proving that you’re NOT a know-it-all.
One of the toughest conversations to have with a product manager or UX designer is pointing out that they’re losing the respect of the developers. It’s tough because frequently it comes as a surprise. With that said, there are actions you can take to foster a harmonious relationship with the developers on your team.
Throughout the year, we've shared numerous UX and industry related articles with you across our social media platforms. As we wrap up 2021, we bring you the 5 most popular UX articles we shared and why they stand out to us!
Have you ever worked on a project that seemed to shrink at every turn? There are any number of reasons stakeholders and managers cut the scope of projects. Sometimes these things are out of our hands, but other times, connecting the dots between the proposed solution and the business objectives can save the project… and your sanity.
“I don’t think anyone is using it”… “I can’t believe we spent months building this”… “Should we roll it back?” These are not the words you want to hear after your team has poured their efforts into a release. But how do you prevent it? Read this article to learn more.
When it comes to designing and prototyping, the line between UX and UI is often blurred and the terms are sometimes used interchangeably. User experience (UX) design and user interface (UI) design are both integral parts of the process, and it’s important to recognize their differences and the purpose of each.
Whenever we came across an article that we thought could help you hone your UX skills, stay on top of the latest prototyping trends, or help you pitch your projects to your stakeholders, we did our best to share them across our social media channels. Based on the shares, comments, and clicks from this summer, we bring you the 5 most popular UX articles and why they stand out to us. Cheers and happy reading!
Jennifer Sutton of JSutton Media dives into Accessibility and Prototyping. She answers questions such as: What a well-meaning UI designer can do if a project's stakeholders truly have "no accessibility aspirations" and are maybe even hostile to the notion.