To come up with a proper design, UX designers use a lot of different research techniques, such as contextual inquires, interviews and workshops. In this article, we’ll focus on storyboards as a means to explore solutions to UX issues, as well as to communicate these issues and solutions to others.
XD Best Practices
Wireframes and prototypes are the two design deliverables that most often associated with UX design. This article will explain the basics: what each does, why they’re useful, and how they fit into UX design process.
The field of user experience has a wide range of research techniques available and quite often it’s not obvious which one you should choose for a given project. This article is intended to help you decide what research technique to choose based on the goals you’re trying to achieve.
Voice user interfaces (VUIs) are hitting the mainstream and becoming ubiquitous in our daily lives. We can find them in smartphones, smart homes, TVs, and a range of other products. The rapid development of voice interaction capabilities in our daily lives makes it clear that this technology will soon become an alternative to graphical user interfaces.
Move Quickly, Design Effectively: When a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Becomes A UX Designer’s Best Friend
Digital design is a fast-growing market with a lot of new products released on a daily basis, and it’s becoming more important than ever for designers to be able to move quickly. One of the best ways to do this is by designing for a MVP (minimum viable product).In this article, I’ll describe the concept of a MVP, show why it’s so valuable for designers, and identify two popular strategies UX designers can use to create a MVP.
Good design is all about the user. If designers truly want to create the best products, it’s important for them to see the product from the user’s perspective. That’s where a tool called a user journey comes in. In this article, I’ll introduce a concept of user journey along with some tips and specific examples.