UX Analysis of Missha: A Missed Opportunity in Responsive Design

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This is Kim Chung’s UX analysis of a popular online store. Want to see more UX analyses or have a request to see one in a future newsletter? Let us know in the comments below and give us some inspiration! Lunar New Year, Valentine’s Day, and President’s Day. At least three excuses to bait new and loyal shoppers alike into … Read More

UX Design Processes

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With the growth of UX today, there are a plethora of design methodologies but a designer’s process will depend on the problem they’re solving. Approaches can differ based on the constraints of a project. One team may prefer a simple approach, whereas another may opt to blend two or more together.  These design processes are similar to the scientific method … Read More

How to say “UX Design” in the 25 most spoken languages

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Imagine you’re on a plane, and the person next to you wants to know what you do. If they speak another language, how do you say UX design in their mother tongue? This got me curious about how to say “user experience design” in the world’s most spoken languages. That lead me to do some a lot of research, resulting … Read More

Medium – a Setup Guide for Designers

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So, what’s Medium? Questions that haunt every UX Beginner: How do I get noticed in the industry? How do I make myself stand in the crowd of new UX Designers?  What are the steps that I need to take to attract clients as an independent consultant or my preferred employer?   As getting started in UX becomes more accessible, it’s … Read More

Know Your UX Terms: Common Words and Acronyms in User Experience Design

This is a guest post by Amber Stechyshyn, UX Designer and Content Fellow at Springboard. When starting out in a new field, one of the first things to adjust to is all the new terminology.  Job applications are full of them, networking event attendees use them casually, and many articles assume that you know exactly what they are. Glossaries and … Read More