Interfaces and interactions are evolving, making it increasingly crucial to approach design challenges from a holistic perspective. With this being a relatively contemporary concept, we reached out to five user experience experts to find out how they define holistic UX design and what this looks like in the context of their work.
Artificial intelligence is no longer confined to the domain of developers and data scientists, says Josh Clark, founder of Big Medium. How to use it to shape user behavior is now inherently a design question for today’s user experience designers.
They’ve been called superpowers—ethnographic research skills that empower user experience designers to better understand their users and the motivators that drive them, ultimately leading to a more holistic design.
Long before Lilian Chen was a UX designer at Google, more specifically in YouTube’s live streaming division, she was a quiet, shy girl who didn’t fit in at her Connecticut high school.
A self-described non-traditional worker and director of user experience at Cisco Systems, Oliver Wenz despises conventional offices and the day-to-day lifestyle that comes with them. We talk to him about collaboration and the future of work.
Grammar might not be top of mind when you’re designing a user experience, but it should be up there. A small typo, a grammatical error, or a misworded sentence can have a detrimental impact on an experience and prevent the onboarding of a new user.