Exploratory UX testing sessions are a great way to quickly evaluate the UX of a product (or early design), to identify potential usability issues and to get teams thinking from a user’s perspective. Find out how to run an exploratory UX testing session with your team.
Get more done in less time. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But what if I told you that by using the power of UX life hacks – invaluable hints, tips and tricks for working smarter, you can! Find out how to work smarter with over 150 UX life hacks covering design, research, workshops, work management and more.
Get more done in less time. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? But what if I told you that by using the power of UX life hacks – invaluable hints, tips and tricks for working smarter – you can! In this session from UX in the City 2019, you’ll learn some UX life hacks that I’ve built up over 15 years of working in UX.
A competitor review can not only provide design inspiration, it can provide an insight into the user’s mental model and the range of alternative products and services open to them. Find out how to run competitor reviews with these hints, tips and guidelines.
Mental models are incredibly important when it comes to designing products and services that someone can use intuitively. Find out how to ensure that your designs are aligned with a user’s mental model and that users utilise the intended mental model in the first place.
Gamification – using game mechanics, such as scoring, competition and challenges to motivate and encourage desired behaviours can be very effective. Find out how Fitbit have nailed gamification and 10 important lessons you can learn from them.
Many product teams are expanding the UI design role to also include UX (i.e. a UX/UI designer). Find out why this is often a bad idea, and why product teams benefit from having UI and UX designers.