OJ Quevedo

Posts by OJ Quevedo

ux accessibility

How does accessibility fit in with your role or organisation? [a #uxchat roundup] Accessibility and UX [a #uxchat roundup with Elizabeth Chesters]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed the much loved topic of Accessibility. How does accessibility fit in with your role...

Where does UX fit into your organisation? [a #uxchat roundup] UX in your organisation: Where does UX fit in?

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed where UX fits in an organisation. Which departments does UX have the greatest overlap?...

Confusing UX Roles and Job Titles [a #uxchat roundup] Confusion and misconceptions around UX job titles

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed the confusion and misconceptions around UX job titles. What’s the weirdest thing someone has...

Applying Psychology to Design [a #uxchat roundup] Why consider Psychology in Design? [a #uxchat roundup] with Victor Yocco

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed why we need to consider Psychology in our Design, how to leverage it and is it foolproof?

colorful toys in row

How do you present UX work to your teams? [a #uxchat roundup] Presenting UX findings [a #uxchat roundup] with Paul Randall

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed the most effective ways of presenting UX work to your teams. How can we educated UX sceptics and encourage buy-in from stakeholders? Is UX research a deliverable on its own or part of a larger process? We're joined by guest host Paul Randall, Senior UX Architect at Evosite.

chatbot ux

Chatbot UX: What to consider when designing for in-app messaging? [a #uxchat roundup] Chatbot user experience [a #uxchat roundup] with Lisa Baskett

Last week on #uxchat, we talked about the opportunities, trends and challenges of conversational interfaces driven by chatbot innovation. We're joined by guest host Lisa Baskett, UX/CX Consultant and Designer.

What UXers are looking forward to in UI [a #uxchat roundup] UI Design trends for 2017

Last week on #uxchat, we talked about what we think would be the biggest UI Design trends for 2017. We believe discussing trends have a purpose although it doesn't fundamentally change what makes design good. Ultimately, good design is not just about looking at trends but solving user problems.

ethics and user experience

Ethics & UX: Are we responsible for what we design? [a #uxchat roundup] Ethical UX & Design [a #uxchat roundup] with Per Axbom

Last week on #uxchat, we delved into the ethics of designing experiences. UX professionals and Designers do have the power to influence people's behaviour and ultimately, their actions. But who should be responsible for what they design? Where do we draw the line between what’s ethical and what’s not?

UX soft skills

What soft skills does a UX professional need? [a #uxchat roundup] Soft skills for UX professionals

Last week on #uxchat, we took a closer look at the soft skills necessary for UX professionals to excel in non-UX environments. UX doesn't live in a vacuum in a galaxy far, far away... so being proficient in the soft skills can truly help us better champion the cause for UX within our organisations.

When should we redesign a site from scratch vs when should we evolve it? [a #uxchat roundup] Evolution or Revolution? [a #uxchat roundup] with Adam Babajee-Pycroft

Last week on #uxchat, we decided to tackle the somewhat sensitive topic of website redesign. To redesign or not to redesign?