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What Will You Tell Your Peers about Your Conference Experience?

Spend time among the brightest minds in UX The UI19 workshop leaders are there for you and ready to answer your questions. Attendees tell us things like, “The workshops and speeches are extremely useful and inspiring.” “The accessibility of the different speakers. I can literally walk up, get a handshake, say hi, and talk.” Attendees […]

UIEtips: Principles Over Process – Four Core Tenets for How to Work as a Team of One

As a solo UX design practitioner, you may think setting up a specific process is best to get others within your organization on board. But that’s not necessarily the case. In today’s UIEtips, we offer an excerpt from Leah Buley’s book UX Team of One. Leah covers four principles to follow to achieve success as a […]

Leah Buley – UX as a Team Sport

User experience is rarely something you do completely alone. Even if people on the team don’t necessarily focus on UX, they could be indirectly acting in favor of it. Sometimes it comes from a lack of understanding exactly what user experience is or means. People with different approaches and skillsets can be valuable assets when incorporated into the larger human centered design focus.

UIEtips: Developing a Right Feeling for Designing with Type

You know that feeling when you look at a web site and think everything looks just right? It flows well, there’s a nice balance of white space, and it’s pleasing on the eyes. Perhaps you may not realize it but it’s likely that the type plays the dominant role in this. Today’s article looks at […]

Laying out the costs to your boss to attend the User Interface 19 Conference

There are likely two main pieces of information your boss needs to decide whether or not to send you to the User Interface 19 Conference (in Boston, MA October 27-29). Costs and benefits. In this second post of our 2 part series, we’ll cover the costs. The first post covers the benefits of attending. There’s […]

Convincing your boss to send you to UI19

Convincing your boss to spend more than $1,700 to send you to the User Interface 19 Conference is no easy task. Your boss wants to understand how it benefits the organization, team, and you. In part 1 of of our 2 part series, you’ll learn how to explain the benefits of attending the User Interface […]

9 Glowing Remarks You’d Like Your Boss to Say About You

Wow! You just significantly enhanced the user experience of our site. You did an amazing job facilitating discussions around our goals, roles, and responsibilities. Creating those scenarios helped identify and resolve many of our design issues. And mapping out the conversation we want with our customers and designing around that was brilliant. The way the […]

UI19 – Save $300 When You Register by July 24

The daylong workshops at the User Interface 19 Conference in Boston, October 27-29 give you skills and techniques to up your UX game. You’ll leave knowing how to: Get more information from users Design products faster Communicate more holistically within your group Become more flexible and collaborative   Explore the detailed workshop descriptions   Mobile design […]

3 Reasons to Register for UI19 Now

Here are three reasons why you should sign up now for the User Interface 19 Conference in Boston,October 27-29. Save $300 when you register now and pay $1,695. Starting July 25 the price goes up to $1,995. Beef up your UX skills before you get to UI19 with All You Can Learn by UIE. It’s yours free as soon as […]

Strengthen Your UX Skills with These Tools and Techniques

At the User Interface 19 Conference in Boston, October 27-29 you’ll learn new techniques and skills to make you a stronger UX Designer. Plus we’ll give you the tools to use at the conference and afterwards with a designer’s toolkit when you register by Thursday, July 3. Choose two workshops from these leaders Mobile design Luke Wroblewski Design process […]