Tom Creighton is a hands-on kind of design director. As head of UX for Wealthsimple, an online investment management service, he believes in the power of iterative design to build and release features on his company’s apps, across multiple devices. We asked why he’s such an advocate of the iterative design approach and asked him to share some of his tips for UX designers who want to work more iteratively in their own careers.
This November, the UXperts are here to help. They’re sharing their favorite designs, right now, and have chosen apps that can do everything from helping you take your medicine, to selling your goods or discovering your own town, to helping you set up a Social Emergency Response Center in your neighborhood. Here are their picks for services that get the UX right.
UX designers went head-to-head in Adobe’s latest Creative Matchup. In this challenge, three talented designers have been tasked to use Adobe XD, the all-in-one cross-platform design and prototyping tool, to create a new profile experience for Girls Who Code’s mobile app Loop.
Zoltán Gócza and Zoltán Kollin are UX designers who have devoted themselves to discovering and debunking UX myths, drawing on research and data to uncover which design practices and user behaviors are, and aren’t, grounded in reality. They started the website UX Myths with the goal of helping UX designers make better design decisions. We asked Zoltán Gócza to share some of those UX myths and tell us why it’s important to him to be a ‘UX mythbuster.’
Day One with Adobe XD: All The Resources You Need to Start Designing, Prototyping, and Sharing No Matter Your UX Skill Level
Adobe XD is your one-stop UX/UI tool for designing, prototyping, and sharing web and app prototypes, for designers and enthusiasts of all levels. Here are some top tips, tricks, and resources on how to successfully jump into XD and start creating and sharing amazing website and app prototypes from day one.
At Adobe MAX, Elvira will be sharing her experiences working as a multi-disciplinary designer in her talk, Storytelling at The Intersection of Architecture, Design, and Technology. We asked her for a sneak peek, and asked her to share tips for taking UX way beyond the screen.