A comprehensive collection of techniques available for use on UX projects. Mix and match to create a UX process best suited to the project at hand. We'll be updating this page regularly with additional content, links and tutorials about how to apply these techniques.
Everyone has scrolled to the bottom of a web page before and seen that row of numbers. That row of numbers is a website's pagination. Pagination is a user interface pattern that divides content into different pages.
We toss around the term “user experience” (UX) a lot, mostly as a shorthand for something like “where industrial design meets interface design.” But to be perfectly honest, that tendency does this branch of design very little justice.The...
Mind maps are diagrams that visually illustrate how words, phrases, ideas, or concepts relate to a central key word or phrase. They are a visual thinking tool that helps to structure information and identify connections between items.
Customer Experience is a movement. In many ways it reminds me of the rise of the Quality movement in the 1950s spearheaded by Deming. I just wish people would stop attaching ‘management’ to the end of ‘customer experience’.
User Experience Design calls for us to write words on buttons all the time – but how do we know whether we’re choosing the right ones? Linguistics may provide a clue. What follows is a simple test to check whether your calls to action “work” linguistically as well as a guide to consider the grammar of your experience elements.
The Collective Action Toolkit (CAT) is a package of resources and activities that enable groups of people anywhere to organize, build trust, and collaboratively create solutions for problems impacting their community.
Articulating the process that UX Designers follow on a software design project is not a straightforward task. Where should someone new to the field start, and what techniques should they apply for maximum gain?
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