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5 UX Blogs To Read Today

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Posted by Jennifer McCormack on November 29, 2018

5 UX Blogs To Read Today

Continuing on from our last post with a list of some blogs to inspire you, we have created another list of really great blogs and podcasts for you to read today.

1. User Experience Research As Confessional: The Remote, Unmoderated Interview

https://usabilitygeek.com/ux-research-remote-unmoderated-interview/ 

This article looks at the benefits of remote, unmoderated user interviews, where participants complete pre-determined activities when and where they would like, with the researcher reviewing the recorded session later instead of communicating with the participant in real time.

2. The First Five Years: Early Creative Career Mistakes, and How To Avoid Them

https://99u.adobe.com/articles/59263/the-first-five-years-early-creative-career-mistakes-and-how-to-avoid-them

Getting started in your creative career can be tough so Mitch Goldstein, a professor of design at Rochester Institute of Technology answers readers questions related to beginning a career.

 

3. The User Experience of Chatbots

https://www.nngroup.com/articles/chatbots/

Today’s chatbots guide users through simple flows and the user research in this article shows that they have a hard time whenever users deviate from those flows.

 

4. How Design Impacts The Financial Performance Of A Product

https://realtimeboard.com/blog/business-impact-design/

The companies with the best financial returns have a bold, design-centric vision that’s clearly embedded in the top teams. Cross-functional talent, analytical leadership, continuous iteration and user experience are included in the guidelines for how to run a company that reaps the benefits of good design.

 

5. 99 Percent Invisible Podcast

https://99percentinvisible.org/

The podcast explores the process and power of architecture and design and how great design can be all around us, have a huge impact on our lives, and yet it can be unnoticed and almost invisible, hence the name.

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Jennifer McCormack
Jennifer McCormack

Jennie is a Marketing Executive at Arekibo. She has an interest in social media, analytics and learning about new technologies.