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Accessibility Has Failed: Try Generative UI = Individualized UX
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Traditional methods for accessibility have been tried for 30 years without substantially improving computer usability for disabled users. It’s time for a change, and AI will soon come to the rescue with the ability to generate a different user interface for every user, optimized for that person’s unique needs.

Best user onboarding examples.
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We spent over 60 hours analyzing 150+ companies to find the best user onboarding examples. From home page copy and sign-up pages to onboarding emails and product tours, you can find plenty of examples to take inspiration from.

What AI Can and Cannot Do for UX (2024)
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AI can already perform many UX tasks, ranging from design and research ideation to analyzing qualitative user data at scale. It’s the perfect assistant that quickly produces the first drafts of any UX method plan or deliverable. It will do more in the future,... possibly complete UI designs. But AI will not eliminate the need to watch human users.

Time Scales of UX: From 0.1 Seconds to 100 Years
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UX unfolds over time, with a factor of 31 billion from the shortest time period of interest (0.1 seconds for the illusion of instantaneous response time) to the longest time span we can realistically consider (a century for major social channels).

31/01/2024
How to make better UX research reports
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Frameworks and principles for improving UX Research report writing. By following the frameworks and principles outlined in this article, UX researchers can improve their reports through logical structure and organization of ideas, clear and concise writing, and effective use of visuals and graphs.

23/01/2024
UX and storytelling
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Link collection (LinkedIn post by Vitaly Friedman): Free Storytelling Masterclass (+ PDFs) (https://lnkd.in/eiFscUtf), a comprehensive guide with 9 modules on storytelling, PDF worksheets, 1-pager sketchnotes, reading lists, free lectures, video courses, etc. Kindly shared by Jeremy Connell-Wait

Unreliability of AI in Evaluating UX Screenshots
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In a case study of ChatGPT evaluating 12 e-commerce screenshots, most of the AI-driven redesign suggestions were inconsistent and untrustworthy. Human UX expertise must be employed to judge UX advice from AI.

Design KPIs and UX Metrics. How to measure UX and impact of design, with useful metrics to track the outcome of your design work.
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Good design decisions are intentional. They aren’t guesses nor a matter of personal preference. They are deliberate and measurable. Over the last few years, I’ve started using design KPIs that inform and guide design decisions. - by Vitaly Friedman

AI for UX: Getting Started
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Use generative-AI tools to support and enhance your UX skills — not to replace them. Start with small UX tasks and watch out for hallucinations and bad advice. All UX professionals should use AI: it’s helpful at any level of seniority and for many tasks within the UX lifecycle (including research, design, and writing).

NN/g UX design Study Guides Articles & Videos
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Free study guides by Nielsen Norman group on almost every UX topic. Each study guide is a curated collection of free articles and videos, organised by theme and suggested reading order.

Dark Design Patterns Catalog
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New regulations from the Government of India prohibit the use of 12 common dark design patterns. These sneaky practices are unethical applications of established UX knowledge to make interface designs that harm users instead of helping them.

User Experience in Two Infographics
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Two short infographics define UX and summarize why and how to run UX projects. Show to your boss or colleagues who don’t understand UX. This ticket to UX mastery only requires 3 minutes of your time.

23/11/2023
UX-Research Methods: Glossary
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Use this glossary to quickly clarify key terms and concepts related to research methods in UX.

Unreliability of AI in Evaluating UX Screenshots
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In a case study of ChatGPT evaluating 12 e-commerce screenshots, most of the AI-driven redesign suggestions were inconsistent and untrustworthy. Human UX expertise must be employed to judge UX advice from AI.

Navigating the Web with Text vs. GUI Browsers: AI UX Is 1992 All Over Again
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For its first two years, the web was a text-only medium with a command-line user interface similar to the UI for current generative AI tools like ChatGPT. Only after GUI browsers launched in 1993 did the web explode. AI needs a similar GUI revolution in usability.

Accordion Editing and Apple Picking: Early Generative-AI User Behaviors
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Two new user behaviors are prevalent in interactions with text-based AI chatbots. User research shows the iterative and often complex ways users engage with AI tools for productivity.

The One Thumb, One Eyeball Test for Good Mobile Design
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In a distracted environment, the best form of smartphone interaction is a high-speed, easy-to-use one. Luke calls the typical mobile usage a "one thumb, one eyeball" experience, since the highly distracted environment causes most mobile users to engage in one-handed use with short spans of partial attention.

What is Hick’s Law?
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Hick’s Law (or the Hick-Hyman Law) states that the more choices a person is presented with, the longer the person will take to reach a decision. Named after psychologists William Edmund Hick and Ray Hyman, Hick’s Law finds frequent application in user experience (UX) design—namely, to avoid overwhelming users with too many choices, thereby keeping

The language of design
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A good design process: How is someone navigating through it? How are these things co-located together? Which pages are we grouping together? Can people find them? ... less attached to the tone of voice and more interested in simplicity and utility ... more like an architect than a prose-writer, putting LEGO blocks together in the most useful w…

User-Feedback Requests: 5 Guidelines
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Surveys asking users to give feedback during or after an interaction should not interrupt the users' task and should be sent to the appropriate channel. They need to be short, easy to complete, and give the user the opportunity to provide details about their experience.

UX Basics: Study Guide
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Unsure where to start? Use this collection of links to our articles and videos to learn more about the basics of user experience.

Minimalism in UX: the blessing of no choices (paradox of choice)
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The choices are so many that the decision to pick one (the optimal), becomes unmanageably hard. And even when a choice is made, second thoughts and doubts about whether it was the best, linger in the background, slowly consuming brain energy and peace of mind.

A taxonomy for alerts and notifications
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A while back, in the early days of our design system, we had a ticket for a component sitting in our backlog, with the title “Alert.” My initial reaction was “Oh yeah, a colored box with a little icon to the left of it and some text, easy.” Oh dear reader, how naive I was…

The Role of Emotion in UX
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What separates great products from good ones? Attractive designs? User testing? Genius designers? Well, these might be contributory factors, but the true distinction lies in how they make users feel. Emotional design plays a huge role in the success of UX design.

The metamorphosis of the MVP (and how to save it)
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The MVP awoke one morning from uneasy dreams and found itself transformed into a giant insect. It had devolved so far that it bore no resemblance to its former self. However, the fault was not in The Lean Startup but in a pervasive culture of overpromising and underdelivering.

The Product-Manager Archetype
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Product managers share common goals, strengths, activities, and skill sets. Awareness of these commonalities helps designers figure out how to best collaborate with product managers on Agile teams.

The 6 Levels of UX Maturity
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Our UX-maturity model has 6 stages that cover processes, design, research, leadership support, and longevity of UX. Use our quiz to get an idea of your organization’s UX maturity.

05/02/2023
NN/g UX Maturity Quiz
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We'll ask questions about how your organization approaches UX. Based on your answers, we'll give you an estimate of your organization's UX maturity. This assessment is based on the Nielsen Norman Group UX Maturity Model. There are six stages in the UX maturity model.

05/02/2023
“Learn More” Links: You Can Do Better
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The phrase ‘Learn More’ is increasingly used as a crutch for link labels. But the text has poor information scent and is bad for accessibility. With a little effort, transform this filler copy into descriptive labels that help users confidently predict what the next page will be.

Use AI to Enhance My UX Design Process
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Chat GPT to brainstorm ideas, write document outlines, compose tweets, make my emails friendlier, and much more. Recently, I even used it to suggest a possible information architecture based on the site content I provided.

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