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User Experience Design (UXD) is more than design. It’s a process of improving the user satisfaction of a product by improving the accessibility, usability and the pleasure of interacting with it and, as such, much broader than just design. In this category, we have collected the articles addressing the extended aspects of UXD.

User Experience (UX) has become a buzzword in the web design community. With each passing day, more and more business organizations are realizing the significance a great UX design holds in driving users back to a site. As a matter of fact, many companies are already investing heavily in creating good UX designs, in a… continue reading

We’re looking for a UX person that can build wireframes, create pixel-perfect design, is fluent in html, css, javascript and Jquery, do usability testing, and Java and J2EE would be nice to have. I have seen many job ads very similar to this in the past years.   It is strikingly apparent that too many… continue reading

Sketching is inherent within our industry; be that as a UX designer or a UX developer. It’s a medium in which to jot ideas, visually, either for your own reference or as an indication to others. I sketch everyday and use it to problem-solve issues. It is the first step in a brainstorming exercise (with… continue reading

We all know that investing in UX makes things easier for the user, but is it worth the money you put into it? What is the Return on Investment (ROI) of UX? It may be difficult to quantify the added value of a great experience, but there are a variety of other benefits from investing… continue reading

Contextual UX is the use of context-aware technologies that allow us to design and build experiences that are personalized to meet unique needs of the individual user based on specific situation or context of use. Before we start, let’s look at two of the primary concepts that define the user experience from a human-computer interaction… continue reading

„Understanding your users is the first step towards defining the exact problem. does just that!“
- Paul