Effectively Planning UX Design Projects

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Planning UX projects is a balancing act of getting the right amount of user input within the constraints of your project. The trick is to work out the best use of your time. How can you get the most UX goodness for your client’s budget? This article explains how to choose the right mix of tools for the task at hand.

“The key principle for all UX projects is that you must ensure that you involve users in the design process in some way.”
— Jesmond Allen and James Chudley

Jesmond Allen and James Chudley talk about planning UX projects. How to sell it to your client, how much time and budget you should set aside, various tools and different techniques are just a few of the many topics discussed in this interesting article.

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