Happy Holidays! Here are our best posts from 2017 The Be Good To Your Users blog is signing off now till January, mainly because we haven't done any shopping yet

christmas creepy guy in the window

It’s time for the Be Good To Your Users blog to set its out of office reply to, ‘can’t respond, too upset that nobody bought me a BB-8 pyjamas like I asked for’ and say a huge thank you for all your support in 2017.

All of us here at WhatUsersDo would like to say a huge thank you to all our readers, contributors, commenters, guest writers and experts who made this the best ever year for WhatUsersDo and this humble UX blog.

The blog is signing off now until January. As for the WhatUsersDo platform, we’ll be closed from 25th December – 1st January.

In the meantime, I’d just like to highlight some of my very favourite articles from the year.

Beginner’s guides

Expert opinions

Other terribly fascinating articles

We’ll see you in January for more insight, more expert opinions, more practical guidance, and best of all, more wacky captions on terrible stock photos.

Happy holidays 🙂

Images from Awkward Family Photos.

Our UX blog is on the move...

We're now publishing all of our brand new content on the UserZoom UX blog. All of our previously published articles will also be migrating to UserZoom over the coming months.

Don't worry, we'll still be just as accessible, interesting, helpful and entertaning as ever. We just have a different name and an owl instead of a question mark for a logo.

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Christopher Ratcliff

Christopher is the Content Marketing Manager of WhatUsersDo. He’s also a filmmaker and the editor of wayward pop culture site Methods Unsound. He used to be the deputy editor of Econsultancy and editor of Search Engine Watch.

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