There are many tools at a UX Designer’s disposal when it comes to analyzing and planning for the optimal UX of a product or feature. Hauwa shares hers.
Design content on the Revelry Blog: Navigate our lab notes by using the tag system.
The checklist is a good foundation for a UX audit and can be used as a starting point and not as an end goal, but rather as a guide.
I’ve chosen this specific list as part of an effort to foster a shared understanding of commonly used terms. This “glossary” doesn’t exist in a vacuum – it can (and should) continue to be challenged and evolve over time as our understanding changes.
I met Steve at Front End Party, a local meetup for Front-end developers and designers, when I was scouting around for a new Design hire. Immediately, Steve impressed me with his understanding of UX and how it impacts design. And when I realized that his UX and Design savvy was backed up by solid Front-end chops, I got super excited!
I’m pretty lucky to work with a larger overall company that includes a larger design team, so I can count on them for a second eye. But if you’re working on a small startup and you’re the only designer there, have no fear. It can get overwhelming, but I’m here to help.
If you’ve ever wondered the difference between staging and production, or styles and UX, then this is for you!
The design and development teams at Revelry collaborate on nearly every project. We sync with our internal team to go over project documentation and details, meet with our innovation partners, and have discussions about process and implementation.
A conversation with Ryan Freitas, director of product design at uber, about the role of the product designer and ‘opinionated products.’
Here’s a template for writing a user story that helps you imagine that you’re the user, so that you can think about how you would want to use the system. The template is a tool to prevent you from retreating back into the developer’s perspective.