Saturday, September 22, 2018

iOS notification redesign concept — a UX case study

How might we implement “determining priority” feature on the lock screen?With the aim to optimize the user’s accessibility, we sought the opportunity of the current notification interaction on the user’s lock...

where to start? – UX Collective

Why do I think accessibility is important?More and more of our professional life, our personal life, our relationship with others and the world has shifted into the cybernets. We use...

Behind the scenes of that favourite “truffle beef bowl” — a UX case study

Phase Two: Understanding the UsersTo see things from the flip side, we ran interviews with key project stakeholders, potential customers and existing users.Stakeholder InterviewsThe goal of interviewing the Sales and Customer...

e-grocery project – UX Collective

Terroirs d’Avenir - UX designThe first task:It’s been 2 weeks that I started my course in Ironhack Paris. We have got our first project brief on the second day /4th September/ which...

The true story of UXDI social, my first desktop prototype — a UX case...

A wireframe from my final prototype.The prompt for my first project as part of General Assembly’s UX Design Immersive course was pretty straightforward. I was asked to design a tool...

Designing for international audiences – UX Collective

What I’ve learned as a UX designer on the international team at Audible, an Amazon company.A chemistry teacher is diagnosed with cancer. To secure his family’s future, he starts a meth...

Improving the General Assembly student experience — a UX case study

As two day old UX students at General Assembly(GA) we were split in into pairs and ask to develop a hypothesis how GA could improve the student experience either socially...

Tips for building business to business products – UX Collective

If you’re used to designing and building consumer products then the prospect of switching to B2B probably doesn’t faze you. Most of what you’ve learnt will be transferable and the...

Gmail’s bubbly new design – UX Collective

About three years ago, Google changed their logo from a serifed font to a much more lighthearted and “bubbly” sans-serif design. Given that the serifed font had been a part...

Teaching The Value of UX Research in Ten Minutes (with Chocolate)

When I began teaching UX and Product Design years ago, I wanted to start the first class off with a fun activity. Something engaging the class could participate in that...

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Bad Design #61 — I know where you can stick it...

When we create products, we normally want to label them, or add some form of information to them. Whether it be for branding,...

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