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Hiring UX professional help – a #UXChat round-up Industry blogger Jake Pryzslak and our UX community discuss the different approaches to hiring for UX

I am relatively new to market research and user experience so when asked to take the reins of #UXChat I...

12 ways to fight bias in your team

In this week’s #UXchat we’re looking for ways to fight bias! Whether it’s within our teams, our organisations and, without...

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A brief guide to Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in UX design

In this week’s #UXchat, we’re discussing Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and its role in UX design. We’ll be explaining the...

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A brief survival guide to being a ‘UX team of one’

In this week’s #UXchat, we’re discussing the life of the lonesome UXer. While everyone else in your organisation is happily...

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How to design the same product for two different personas

In this week’s #UXchat, we’re discussing a common concern of many businesses: how do you develop the same product for...

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A brief guide to current trends in mobile device interactions In this week’s #UXchat we discuss how our own interactions with the digital world have adapted, improved and worsened thanks to mobile

It’s no overstatement to say that the way we live our lives has changed irrevocably since the triple dawns of...

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When is it best to use in-person or remote user testing? [#uxchat roundup] Why use remote UX testing [#uxchat roundup]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed one of the most frequently talked about topics in UX: User Experience Testing. My...

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Discovery Phases in UX [#uxchat roundup] How important are discovery phases in UX? [#uxchat roundup]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed discovery phases in UX.  Are they given enough credence? We ran a Twitter poll...

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How UXers adapt to shifting UI [a #uxchat roundup] How are interfaces changing? How can UXers make use of these changes to improve UX? [a #uxchat roundup]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed how UX practitioners adapt to shifting UI. There was plenty of room for debate...

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UX Disciplines: Should UXers be expected to perform research and design (or even code?) [a #uxchat roundup] Should UXers broaden their skill sets or specialise? [a #uxchat roundup]

Last week on #uxchat, we discussed UX disciplines. Many good points were raised, mulled over, and then picked apart, particularly with the question about whether UXers should be expected to perform both research and design (and code, even.) Here are the talking points: