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UIE’s All You can Learn, a library of the skills and techniques you need to create great design

When design teams think about their project work, part of that process is identifying skills that the entire team will need, or techniques and abilities that one or more contributor may need to “bump up.”  It’s all here.  You now have at your fingertips an extensive collection of the best thinkers, showing you how to […]

Wrestling with Big Data? Join us for Data Visualizations
that Pack a Punch

Later this month, Brian Suda presents our next virtual seminar, Data Visualizations that Pack a Punch and will show you just how powerful great data visualizations can be! Brian’s work with companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers is defining just how powerful great data visualizations can be—especially when they’re tied to marketing or social-media campaigns aimed at […]

Resources from Hiring The Best UX Designers Virtual Seminar

Here’s some resources from today’s UIE Virtual Seminar, Hiring the Best UX Designers: First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently by Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman Hire With Your Head by Lou Adler The Essential Guide for Hiring and Getting Hired by Lou Adler Lynn Teo’s great presentation: Portfolios Matter […]

UIEtips: Starting Your User Research

In this week’s UIEtips, we look back at a past article where I discuss several different user research strategies and the profound impact they can have on your products. Here’s an excerpt from the article: “Damn, I wish we’d done this a year ago.” That’s what I hear right after I’ve started a team on […]

UIEtips: Applying Comics

In this week’s UIEtips Kevin Cheng discusses how to communicate ideas using comics and sketches. Here’s an excerpt from the article Having everybody reading the requirements document before a project starts isn’t just bureaucratic nonsense; it also ensures there are no surprises at the end. The problem is that requirements documents use words like “community,” […]

UIE’s Most Popular Resource & Information Tweets from 7/29 – 8/3

Here’s a recap of the resources and information we shared on Twitter last week. Accessibility Designing for Everyone: The Role of Accessibility in Service Design ^@IATV Content Strategy Avoid unpleasant surprises in your Stakeholder interviews — a super article from @braintraffic’s @melissarach Video of @karenmcgrane’s keynote on what’s next for contenty strategy. She’s also at […]

UIE’s Most Popular Resource & Information Tweets from July 15-21

Here’s a recap of the resources and information we shared on Twitter last week. Design Food for thought – @jmspool’s new post in response to Google’s take on people hating change. This would be a really cool way to build all sorts of designs – It’s worth watching the 55 sec. video Critique A new […]

This Week’s Most Popular Tweets – Our New Weekly Blog Post

We share a lot of information through Twitter. Everyday we’re sending out tweets about valuable resources, interesting articles, and latest industry happenings. But not everyone uses Twitter, so we’re starting a weekly blog post that summarizes the most popular tweets from the previous week. Since this is the first post, we’re covering tweets from June […]

Jeff Gothelf on Lean UX in an Agency World

After listening to my interview with UX Immersion speaker, Jeff Gothelf, Ziv posed this this question: I was wondering about the viability of integrating this methodology into a design agency that basically ends it’s work with a recommendations document with no real access to the development teams. It sounds like major shifts in people’s understanding […]

Tying Agile & UX Together

Story mapping is a way of organizing Agile user stories that communicate user experience. Agile expert Jeff Patton will show you how this technique helps you put the big picture of UX and the little pictures of Agile in one place. Users will always have an experience with your product. Story mapping will pull your UX focus into the organization’s process and ensure that experience is a great one.