With more companies focusing on design as a competitive advantage, it seems as if everyone is suddenly a designer.
Design is transforming the way things are to the way they ought to be.
The O’Reilly Design Podcast: Moving from GUI to VUIs.
O’Reilly Media conducted an anonymous online survey of salaries of designers, UX specialists, and others in the design space. This in-depth report presents complete survey results that demonstrate how variables such as job title, location, use of specific tools, and the types of tasks performed affect salary and other compensation.
The O’Reilly Design Podcast: Product development, user research, and identifying blindspots.
Data can help you answer strategic questions that are critical to the success of your products and the survival of your business.
Read chapter 1 from UX Strategy and learn how to devise innovative digital products that people want.
Read chapter 8 from Articulating Design Decisions to learn common ways of describing your design decisions when responding to stakeholders.
Maximize your chances of making something people actually want by reading the first chapter from Design Sprint.
This webcast walks you through how to identify the data that means the most to user experience and how to use it to make smart decisions about design.
Jeff Gothelf, author of Lean UX, shares his points of view on how pragmatism anchored in your organization's unique reality trumps the purity of process doctrine.
One of the most important principles for designers is having "strong ideas, loosely held." This philosophy allows teams with diverse backgrounds to tap into individual design intuition, bringing their unique points of view, but remaining open to change.
Rochelle King is Global VP of Design and User Experience at Spotify where she is responsible for the teams that oversee user research and craft the pr...