Archive for category: UX

Question Everything

29 Apr
April 29, 2013

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from all the conferences, talks, and books that I’ve read about designing user experiences, it’s this:

Design for your audience, not for yourself.

Sound simple? Nope. Designing for your audience means questioning everything, and it turns out that’s really hard.

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Midwest UX 2012

05 Jun
June 5, 2012

Last week I spent 3 days surrounded by all things UX (user experience) at the 2012 Midwest UX Conference in Columbus, Ohio. This relatively small conference was packed with valuable content, and populated with a crowd willing to share knowledge, tips, experiences and techniques.

After thinking about what I should write about for this post (and looking back over my 20+ pages of notes), there was one unexpectedly-awesome 20-minute presentation that is still at the top of my mind. What I took away from this short presentation is the thing that resonates with me the strongest a week later: the notion of UX practices being applied in broader, more creative ways.

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