Last Thursday I attended the second annual Rosenfeld Summit, the one-day 32 Awesomely Practical UX Tips virtual conference with six experts in user experience design sharing practical advice you can use in your work and projects. Continue reading 32 Awesomely Practical UX Tips From Rosenfeld Summit
At yesterday’s Involving People with Disabilities in User Experience Research webinar, hosted by UserTesting.com, Sarah Horton shared insights learned from including people with disabilities in her user research. She outlined what designers and developers can do to design accessible user experiences on the web. Continue reading Recap: Involving People with Disabilities in User Experience Research
In any business creating services or products for customers, the terms user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) are often used interchangeably. Yet, the terms have different meanings.
People have written numerous posts describing the difference between the two terms, but sometimes it’s a lot easier to understand the difference with a simple graphic. Continue reading What’s the Difference Between User Experience and User Interface?