UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

April//19//2019 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! An interesting dissertation/article on the relationship between Ethics and Design. An insightful article from the Marvel blog, focused on issues to avoid when tackling user research.

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

February//15//2019 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! It’s a very relevant article, since understanding the reach, traction, fidelity of products is of crucial importance, when creating new or refining existing features.

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

October//12//2018 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! Another pertinent article from the Nielsen Norman Group, focused on User Interviews. The article goes into details regarding the differentiation between user interviews and usability testing.

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

August//17//2018 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! Very pertinent article focused on product design and usability, and how this convergence can effectively create successful products, but also dangerous habits, depending on the target audiences it purposefully aims at.

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

September//21//2018 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! This article focuses/showcases the importance of effective illustrations to highlight core components of the messaging and therefore create more engaging product experiences.

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

April//27//2018 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! Very interesting article focused on different approaches to listen to customer feedback. It’s a nice addition to previously highlighted articles on Customer Experience (CX).Highlight

UI/UX Articles and Interesting Tidbits of the Week

The Product Coalition

March//9//2018 Here are some interesting finds on UI/UX of the week! Interesting article showcasing the importance of responsive web products, detailing statistics on the reach of responsive products, and what strategies to adopt in order to produce effective Products of that nature.

25 must-read product management articles

Roadmunk

I’m constantly consuming articles on product management, product culture, startups and entrepreneurship to bolster my career as a product person and leader. This list is not the be all end all; there are countless ‘must-read’ articles for PMs.

33 Amazing Articles Every Product Manager Must Read

Hutwork

Magazine reports that most CEOs read at least a book a week, and this doesn’t include blogs, articles, podcasts, and videos they devour, too. Regardless, the following articles are a must-read for anyone concerned with rolling out the best product in each iteration. Here are the top 33 most amazing product management articles in no specific order. This insightful article from McKinsey & Company talks about today’s product manager evolving into a mini-CEO.

UX Challenges in the Age of Personalized Experience

UX Studio

This article has everything you need to know about personalized user experience. In this article we’ll cover what you need to know about personalization and how it affects your work. If you don’t know exactly how, check this article we wrote on customer journey mapping.

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Our 5 Killer Methods to Serve Customer Needs With UX

UX Studio

When it comes to customers and UX, people might not feel the connection between the two expressions the first time they hear them in one sentence. This article will guide you through improving customer experience and thus meeting customer needs. Try this useful article.

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The Lean UX Process

Product Bookshelf

Lean UX: Designing Great Products with Agile Teams by Jeff Gothelf. Lean UX Principles. Lean UX is the way you do design in an Agile process. The beginning of a Lean UX project is a hypothesis statement which clarifies vision and goals for the team and company leadership.

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Four psychology principles every UX designer should know

Userzoom

There’s a darn good reason why there are so many PSYCHOLOGY+UX articles floating around. This was before I knew that UX was all the rage, which would marry my loves of human-centered research and product design. Are psychology principles really worth knowing in UX design?

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Usability Mistakes: 6 Honest and Valuable Tips From a UX Designer

UX Studio

In this article you can learn more about: A UX designer’s experience with a constantly changing project. After a few days, I kept finding the same old articles over and over again. In this article, I’ll talk about them as incorrect design choices.

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Improving the UX of Your Terms and Conditions Page (and 6 Easy Ways To Do It)

Mind the Product

When it comes to designing or improving the UX of a website, how often do you consider your terms and conditions page? This article outlines three reasons why you should, and offers six no-hassle ways to enhance your terms of service page.

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How Priming to Users’ Expectations Improves Your Website’s UX

AB Tasty

Learn what the Priming Effect is, why it's so powerful, and how it can be useful for marketers and UX designers! This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as How Priming to Users’ Expectations Improves Your Website’s UX.

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5 UX Best Practices For Successful Self-tracking Apps

UX Studio

But how to make a successful self-tracking app with good UX? In this article we cover: The Quantified Self (QS) Movement. UX best practices in self-tracking apps. 5 UX best practices in self-tracking apps. We at UX studio use these methods to design a smooth user journey.

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AI UX: 7 Principles of Designing Good AI Products

UX Studio

In this article, I will go through the seven basic AI UX principles products should follow. Here follow my seven principles of AI UX. Thus reads the first principle of AI UX. We see our job as a UX team as helping people understand how machines work so they can use them better. These recommendation engines were the first AI UX many people encountered, many years ago. Self-driving cars provide another good example of AI UX.

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What is UX prototyping and why should you test at this stage?

Userzoom

Exploring the basics of creating and testing UX prototypes. UX designers and researchers follow an iterative process – testing pieces and versions of the product and making improvements along the way, until, in the end, you’ve got a thoughtful and useful product that people love.

Why product managers need to know UX

The Product Coalition

UX and product management have broadly the same goals?—?to They benefit from learning the UX mindset, introducing UX techniques directly into their workflow and influencing others in their organisation to adopt UX as an integral process.

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Churn Rate: Solutions With UX Design? Case Study On Xeropan

UX Studio

So they asked us, at UX studio to reduce customer churn rate and increase user loyalty. From the UX redesign process to churn rate. I worked closely together with Bence (UX researcher and colleague), as well as Xeropan’s CEO and developers. The secret of reducing churn rate?

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Healthcare UX Trends – Design Challenges Worth Taking In 2018

UX Studio

I love designing healthcare UX. We at UX studio have a long history with healthcare UX. Healthcare UX Challenges. To see some examples of UX studio’s work in healthcare UX, see the screens below: We designed InSimu (healthcare education software) and Avizia (telemedicine provider), and some of our currently running projects (pssst, secret!) Keeping these in mind, let’s check out what UX trends in healthcare we can catch in 2018!

The 5 Most Important Traits To Look For In A UX Consultant

UX Studio

Working with the right UX consultant could be added to your list of healthy, relaxing habits. UX consulting can keep you, your team and your product healthy. In this post, you will find the most important traits to look for in a UX consultant. What does a UX consultant do?

User Attention: 10 Psychological Facts + 8 Tips to Help You Design Better UX

UX Studio

In this article, I will introduce some basic psychological principles about human attention, and give guidelines for creating usable and delightful products. This means we cannot reliably predict our own or even our users’ behavior per se, not even as UX researchers. UX Research

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What sample size do you really need for UX research?

Userzoom

With that in mind, let’s look at three main categories and use cases that are common in the UX world to help us discern what sample size is typically needed for each: Looking for Usability Issues. On-Demand Webinar : Participant Recruiting: Sourcing the right participants for your UX Research.

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UX Copywriting: 3 Testing Methods That Beat A/B Testing + QUIZ!

UX Studio

UX copywriting and user testing? It might sound like a new match in the UX design world. We, at UX studio , collected three methods that provide more insights than general AB testing. In this article, we give you an insight into: What is UX copywriting? UX Researc

Top UX Design Agencies in San Francisco: How to Choose?

UX Studio

The fact that so many UX design agencies have set up shop in San Francisco makes it seem easy to hire one. This article will guide you on how to spot the best user experience team to hire. How much SF UX companies charge for projects. Top UX Design Agencies in San Francisco.

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Product Manager’s Guide To UX Research

UX Studio

Want to do UX research for a product without enough time or knowledge? This article will show the ideal way to do UX research , and will introduce the cost benefit, low-budget version too. This article will provide a guideline to do UX research the right way. It will also break down some basic concepts related to UX research. . What is UX research? Most simply: UX research gets feedback from target audience/users about a product. UX survey.

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Why You Should Take Service Design Into Account When Thinking About UX

UX Studio

What comes to mind when you hear “UX”? How does service design relate to UX? As you see, a “normal” UX designer would not really do this practice on a normal workday. You can see that a little piece of UX integrated into service design as a bigger system in this example.

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You’ve Been Framed: How The Framing Effect Impacts UX Testing & Design Choices

AB Tasty

This article was originally posted on AB Tasty as You’ve Been Framed: How The Framing Effect Impacts UX Testing & Design Choices. Framing Effect is like mercury and can slip through the tiniest of cracks and result in inaccurate decisions.

UX Company vs Web Design Company: How do they differ?

UX Studio

You can choose from UX designers, UI designers, customer experience designers, product designers, service designers, interaction designers, and the list goes on and on. And at the end of the day, which UX company should I choose? User experience designers (UX design).

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Starting The UX Process: How We Organise Kick-off Workshops

UX Studio

This detailed article will guide you through how we facilitate a UX project kick-off workshop here at UX studio. A kick-off meeting is an opportunity to introduce the UX process, list and format of the deliverables, and project control and change management processes. A UX professional needs time to understand the product and the market, but you don’t have any. Explain UX process and challenges (aka Things Designers Find Self-evident). Lean UX book.

Microcopy Matters – How We Improved Our UX Writing and You Can Too

UX Studio

In this article we answer: What constitutes microcopy? That makes us improve constantly at UX Studio. I realized that even though writing copy forms part of our everyday, even as UX designers, we still don’t consider it an integral enough part of designing products in general. So, I decided to share the thoughts from the book with the guys at UX Studio. We at UX Studio often do that. Summary: Microcopy Matters – We Improved Our UX Writing and You Can Too.

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Designing UX In An App For People With Disabilities — UX Case Study

UX Studio

I recommend you take a look at Tamás’ article. Check out Dan’s article on gamification in UX. Timi wrote a great article about her favorite 3 UX workshops. We hope you found this article useful, and that it will inspire you in some way. I wrote another article in the subject of UX for social good – check that out, too! Learn more about UX. Case Study UX Research

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Top 5 Questions to Ask a UX Company Before Hiring Them

UX Studio

You’ve already found a potential UX company for your project. In this article, I will try to help you in this situation. Disclaimer: The fact that I run a UX company myself disqualifies me as an objective source. Do you have dedicated UX researchers?

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UX Confessions – Does A UX Personality Type Exist?

UX Studio

As a UX researcher, I am constantly looking for patterns. Can we define a UX personality type? At UX studio, Luca Morovián and Rui Ramalhete work as designers and Ági Kiss as a researcher in UX. They agreed to share some bits of their stories to help answer the question: does an ideal UX personality type exist? I wondered how and why did these three decide to jump into UX? During an interview, they asked me whether I knew anything about UX research.

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How To Humanise Your Web Checkout Process – A UX Guide

UX Studio

So many articles cover the rules. Here’s our detailed UX guide. . These UX research methods can help you with this, and these tips can help you better react to user frustration during the whole process. Here at UX studio , we hold sessions with our clients about metrics. You can also ask your customer service employees to throw in a UX question while solving various customer service tickets. UX Design Methods UX Research

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Nine UX Research Methods Product People Should Know

UX Studio

Building a product without using UX research methods is like getting into a Taxi and just saying, “Drive.”. Luckily, I gathered the most useful UX research methods for doing qualitative and quantitative studies. Sometimes it makes sense to use a few of these UX research methods together to get the best results and find the relationships between different insights. This highly qualitative UX research method helps to get to know users personally. UX Research

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How UX Design Is Making Consumer Tech Easier

Userzoom

This progress is best summed up by Walt Mossberg, the recently retired technology journalist for Wall Street Journal, and his thoughts from his first article in 1991 as compared to his last in 2017. Especially the emphasis on placing end users and their experiences at the forefront, as we’ve been passionate about user research and UX design for the past 10 years. Alfonso de la Nuez, CEO and Co-Founder: It’s tough to build and deliver great UX.

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How Can UX Save The World – Products For Social Change

UX Studio

To save the world as a UX designer or product manager? This article will show a few products aiming to change society in a positive way. At UX studio , we did a lab project for solving an everyday problem in Africa. At UX studio , we made 50 portions of food for homeless people. If you are also interested in Product Design processes, we recommend you to check our free e-book, the Product Manager’s Guide to UX Design. Mobile UX Product Management Web App UX

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