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After watching the Amazon Go store video that shows the awesome ‘Just Walk Out’ Shopping experience (https://www.amazon.com/b?node=16008589011 ), I decided it is the time to learn more about machine learning and how it can be related to UX! With some quick research here is what I have learned and how it applies to UX designers.
February 17, 2017
Accessibility and usability are two qualities on the same continuum. Both are equally important when evaluating the overall user experience. However in most cases usability is not considered when considering the experiences of individuals with disabilities. This article provides some best practices on incorporating feedback from all users.
August 17, 2016
Designers should be ready to sketch at a moment’s notice as soon as a problem arises. I decided to sketch 30 experiences in 30 days, here are a 4 things I learned from the experience.
Jul 27, 2016
Ever wondered what could be accomplished by embracing design thinking and tackling real world UX challenges in a short period of time? This blog post shows how we push forward ideas from ideation to prototype in just 8 hours.
July 14, 2016
There is a growing concern about what all of the data mining efforts surrounding "big data" are really used for. Is it good or bad?
This article aims to show both sides and provide some insight on how giving a little bit of your data can translate into the design of transformational products that have the power to change human behavior.
June 16, 2016
Technology is a way of life. However, it's advancing at a pace in which one has to question; is it leaving us all behind?
This expert panel discussion was organized to round up the Boston area tech community to explore the future of user experience as we know it and create dialog of what's next for us in the technology space.
May 9, 2016
My dad has Multiple Sclerosis. This means a few different things. It means that he uses double crutches to walk short distances and a wheelchair for longer ones. It also means that he is much more aware that this world has not been designed for those who have disabilities.
Apr 20, 2016
Your website offers a product, service, or experience that your users may have never heard of. Though the text on your website may accurately describe how a product or service technically works, a user will draw on their individualized mental map of prior knowledge and experience to understand how a new product is similar or different from what they already know. How can you find out if users understand your product through your website’s language?
Mar 14, 2016
Just a few weeks ago, I had NO IDEA how to start my UX portfolio. Zip, zero, zilch. The only thing I knew was that I was expected to have one, and that I needed to start, pronto. So I talked to fellow masters’ students, hiring managers, industry professionals and professors to see what their best advice was, and I’ve pulled it all together here. If you’re wondering how to start a UX portfolio or website, check out these top portfolio tips from industry professionals.
Feb 24, 2016
Explaining what user experience is can be a surprisingly daunting task, especially if your audience is not at all familiar with the field. Check out these helpful tips that will enable you to more confidently spread the word about UX to family, friends, and colleagues alike.
Dec 21, 2015