1. Seven Things Your Boss Needs to Know About UX

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    As someone who has been in the user experience domain for a loooooong time, I have had lots of conversations with many different executives. Most of the time, these execs knew how to spell “UX,” but they didn’t know much else about…

    Michael Allenberg's insight:

    This is an excellent read focusing on iterative and non-process focused design and development. How do you explain these things successfully??

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  2. WhatsApp Design integrated Facebook - Tribute to $19 Billion Acquisition

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    Infographic on WhatsApp integrated with Facebook, a new UI/UX design, a tribute to $19 Billion Acquisition

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  3. Get Started in UX: The Complete Guide to Launching a Career in …

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    Personally, I get excited by the variety that UX offers me: the breadth of design challenges and the range of activities that I get to engage in—with other people and on my own. I’ve learned over the years that I need that variety …

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  4. How to Improve Website Usability - Top 6 Guidelines

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    Website usability and user-centred design are essential when building a website. We covered the key principles of a better website usability in this informative article. Be sure to consider them for your next project!

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  5. Wireframes vs. Prototypes: What’s the Difference?

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    A wireframe is not the same as a prototype but even seasoned design professionals can sometimes get the two terms mixed up.

    It’s time to set things straight once and for all, since (semantics aside) the difference between a wireframe and a prototype is actually quite substantial.

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  6. UX as Design Leadership

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    For those who believe that user experience can be handed off as a deliverable—likewireframes—this process might make a little sense. For UX practitioners, however, the end product is the user experience, so the UX team needs to be involved all along the way, up until the very end, ensuring the final product is the best experience it can be. The UX team can’t just pass off a concept and turn it loose. They have to stay involved. They have to lead, and not in the traditional authoritarian sense, but with humility and bycommunicating the importance of user-focused design to the entire project team.

    See on uxmag.com

  7. Scaling User Interfaces: An Information-Processing Approach

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    Designing for all screen sizes must consider the human–device communication capacity, which depends on users’ memory, device portability, and screen size.

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  8. Designing To Learn: Creating Effective MVP Experiments

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    Designing MVP workshop for Lean UX NYC 2014.

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  9.  at Parc At Perimeter by Michael Allenberg on EyeEm

    at Parc At Perimeter by Michael Allenberg on EyeEm

  10. #polamatic #polaroid #polaroids (at Northpoint Mall Softplay Area)

    #polamatic #polaroid #polaroids (at Northpoint Mall Softplay Area)

  11. #tiredBittie


  12. Going Beyond Convention In Website Design - Examples

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    Over the past few years, we have gotten used to certain standards in web design. In order to make a lasting impression on your visitors, you need to build experiences that go beyond those of a plain, usable website. This does not mean usability has become any less important. It just takes on a different role in web design, now forming the basis for a great user experience for examples of great usability website.

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  13. Purity vs Pragamtism

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    We cling to new processes and methodologies as silver bullets for the problems that plague our organizations. You can see this in the agile, lean, lean ux an…

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  14. Lessons in #CustExp @Uber

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    Customers aren’t willing to suffer through badly designed experiences anymore. Case in point: the cab industry. Since the public hackney coach service was launched in London in the 17th Century — all the way through to today — the experience has literally gone unchanged: 1) Riders hail cabs (coaches back then) on the side of …

    Michael Allenberg's insight:

    Designing Experiences involves designing end-to-end solutions, not just “shiny interactions.”

    See on blog.medallia.com