Archive for the 'UX Professionals' topic

Getting Clients & Stakeholders Onboard with a Bias for Making

Shaun wrote: I recently read your article A Bias for Making. I was wondering if you had any tips on how to educate clients/stakeholders and get them onboard with the process? Shaun has asked a great question. I have four tips for getting clients and stakeholders onboard. The first is to choose clients who are […]

Conducting Usability Research for Mobile Apps

Mobile changes everything about how we conduct usability research. With the right strategy, we can quickly understand our users’ behavior, wherever they are. Join Cyd Harrell at the UX Immersion Mobile Conference, April 7-9 in Denver to learn the latest techniques for interviewing, gathering data, and involving your entire team. You’ll learn how to: Lead […]

Budgeting for 2014? Keep these events in mind

Are you budgeting for 2014? Do you you have some funds you need to spend before year’s end? Take a look at these incredible UX resources we have lined up for you and your team in the coming year. UX Mobile Immersion Conference April 7–9, 2014 Denver, CO Marriott Denver City Center The best mobile […]

Jeff Gothelf: The Champion of Lean UX

Jeff Gothelf knows better than anyone the importance of validating product ideas and concepts early in the design process to ensure you’re on the right track. He also knows the value of using rapid prototyping techniques and how to focus your efforts on achieving a business outcome rather than building features. If you agree with these […]

UIEtips: Designing with Remote Teams

Collaboration is a critical part of the design process. With more teams consisting of members who work remotely, this can be a challenge. In today’s article, an excerpt from Jeff Gothelf’s book Lean UX, Jeff outlines the biggest challenges encountered with remote collaboration. Jeff says that it all comes down to communication. He knows what […]

UIETips: Hiring a UX Pro – 4 Techniques from Smart Teams

In this week’s UIEtips, I talk about how to hire great UX Pros. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Right now, it’s difficult to hire a great UX professional. The demand is very high for both generalist UX designers and for specialists, like information architects or user researchers. The most talented folks are hard to […]

Limited Seats Left at the $1,389 Rate for the User Interface 18 Conference

The 125 seats at the $1,389 rate are moving fast for the User Interface 18 Conference. Once the remaining 28 seats are gone, the price goes up $300 to $1,689. Take advantage of the lowest available price and register now for the UI18 Conference in Boston, MA October 21-23. Daylong Workshops Are the Core of […]

UIETips: A Typical UX Team of One Job Description

In this week’s UIEtips, I take a look at an excerpt from Leah Buley’s new book, The User Experience Team of One – A Research and Design Survival Guide. Here’s an excerpt from the article: If you happen to be in the job market, it can be helpful to know how to spot a UX […]

Hiring the Best UX Designers

If finding “the right fit” feels like a frustrating task you’re struggling to survive, you’re doing it wrong. Getting the best UX designers onboard means hiring with your head, not your heart. In Hiring the Best UX Designers, our August 1 virtual seminar, Jared Spool teaches you to include your entire team in a more […]

UIEtips: Why Lean UX?

In this week’s UIEtips, Jeff Gothelf lays out his rationale for why Lean UX is something new and why it’s important now. Here’s an excerpt from the article: When bringing our craft to software in the 1980s and 1990s, designers approached software in the same way we approached the earlier materials we worked with. In […]