Research Loop
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Being disabled is not a personal preference

Why do I care about accessibility as a UX Designer? Let me tell you two personal stories.

I was 13 years old and I was enjoying a break between classes, talking with a colleague of mine in the hallway of our school. I was in the 7th grade, and everything…

Everybody is doing UX, except you

As a junior/mid-UX Designer, you look around, and what you see? Visually perfect personas, rich journey maps, experience maps, goals, metrics, post-its (a lot of them), research methods, extensive case studies, and the list continues. Everybody is doing UX. Everybody is doing design thinking!

How does this make you feel…

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Trends come and go. Big corporations come and go (wink-wink Nokia). Basically, most of the things are transient. So do tools! Just think about it for a second.

We started designing in Fireworks — which was killed by Adobe at some point, transitioned to Photoshop or Illustrator, and then BOOM…

Stakeholders granted you time and budget to do User Research. That is very good news! I can feel that you are eager to actually get in contact with your users, regardless of the research method you choose — user interviews, usability testing, card sorting, surveys, etc. And this is understandable…

How would you evaluate your UX expertise?” Is this a good question? Maybe. Let’s find out.

Asking questions is part of our everyday life, right? And since is such a common thing, we often ask questions without even thinking too much if those questions are going to yield the…

How many times did you struggle to sell the need for UX activities to your stakeholders? How many times did you receive a big NO because there is no time or those UX activities are not important for the project from their perspective? …

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