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What is the best way to organize personas?

My team has a collection of different personas, some of which are customers, some users, and some are intermediaries that influence the purchases and . A persona map of these is pretty messy and I'm ...
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What are good apps to create storyboards? [on hold]

I looking for an app or tool that helps me to create a storyboard for my clients quickly. At the moment I am using Illustrator to design them. Do you know of anything better out there? Thank you.
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Are there 'UX Stories' in Agile?

Are there documented alternatives to user stories within Agile that UX can use to handle 'bigger picture' thinking? For example, there may be a web page that has 3 distinct 'chunks' of development. ...
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Feeling overwhelmed - where do I start? [duplicate]

Guys I'm new to UX although I have some experience with graphic design and digital marketing. I've started at a new company and they have this complicated software that tracks moving things in ...
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Where do you put your UX and UI stories in your agile framework?

I'm at my 3rd job that is (trying) to do Agile. I've had two past experiences that can be summed up as: one tight-knit small team of 15 doing very incremental sprints (meaning we weren't tackling ...
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what's the most optimum sequence of actions to add a product to cart on product page

Working on the product page for an e-commerce website I'm trying to decide what's the best sequence of the following user actions while giving the add to cart button highest visibility at the same ...
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Making the user login again after registration

Simple question: is it a bad idea to automatically login a user after their registration was flawlessly completed? A majority of all the websites I visit does not use this behavior, which is the ...
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Is there an Industry-Standard UX Design Lifecycle, or Formal UX Design Step-by-Step Instructions?

I'm currently looking for formal instructions (i.e. what is involved from start to finish) of the UX Design process. The best example that I've found so far is this: ...
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Implementing PET thinking into agency process

So I have been given the task of implementing in the PET design techniques into our agency's UX process and making sure this is instinctively baked into every project we do going forward. Currently ...
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Is personas based on real users? [duplicate]

Today I met more than 10 users for a software which is going to be developed. Now I am trying to make personas but i am stuck. Should I pick one of them or just make a fake that covers all of their ...
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What is best UX design process for a Startup? [closed]

I work for a startup and I am helping them to build their product. Past six months they have been iterating over the ideas to what to build and now they have finally have some ideas. When I joined ...
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UX Newbie. What would be a good, quick way to test and prove my UX assumptions? [closed]

Last time I tried to redesign my college's class enrollment system. The problem is not everyone have access to that system, so it was hard for me to ask advice on internet. Also I didn't how to do ...
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Difference between 'storyboard' and 'moodboard'

I was wondering what is the difference between a storyboard and moodboard? I thought storyboads were only for movies and animation but apparently they use them in the ux field. Or do people just call ...
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Is it better to pass the UI mockups to programmers only after all of them is done or in smaller batches?

I have a project in which I need to do 80 UI mockup screens. Should I pass these 80 mock-ups to the development team after I've finished all of them, or should I pass it to them in batches of e.g. ...
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Best way to communicate and release a series of design changes to users

We are in the process of redesigning a legacy type system with broad range of feature sets. For practical reasons, we'll be implementing changes incrementally. In the past, our users are used to ...
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Building an archive of insights into our users

As UX Designers & Researchers we collect all this knowledge along the way, most of which is tied to specific projects. The crux though is that the insights can be highly relevant to later projects ...
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Where does user experience begin and end?

Does user experience have a role throughout the entire development lifecycle of a product (in industry), even as far back as determining what stack developers will use? What are the key influences and ...
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How to structure complex wizard form

I have a complex form am modelling using Wizard pattern and this is the flow of the form. Add a organization supply information, how many items were delivered and how many were used. after that, you ...
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How do you keep track of the process of an UX project? [closed]

I'm NOT looking for an explanation about User Experience itself. But how to keep track of the (development) process of an UX project. Like how do you plan, manage, measure the UX of an project?
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Should wireframes or functional requirements be created first?

When should you create a functional requirements document for a website redesign project? Are there instances where an FRD would inform the wireframes? I'm used to functional requirements being ...
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How can I most effectively communicate design specs to my developer? [duplicate]

I am currently designing a complex app for a large energy corporation and I need to provide diagrams explaining the dimensions of my UI elements, layout constraints, typefaces, colours etc to my ...
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I am a domain expert and programmer. How do I work with UX, UI, HTML/CSS designers?

Apologies for the long, quasi-confessional, but I am really feeling a bit lost here. I am a domain expert and experienced programmer. For the last four years, I've managed the development of a ...
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Designing wireframes to be implemented as designed [closed]

I know what to show and what not to show to the user, but the implementation deviates from the intended design. Can anyone suggest to me the solution to this issue?
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Typography in landing page [closed]

I'm working on a landing page . The first view shows a major title with a great source ( Roboto : 190px ) and a diagonal line . Is it a good practice to use a large font for a good experience with ...
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Drawbacks to user feedback

User feedback is the information provided by users after using your product or site, usually provided via form, email or in person. It can be solicited or unsolicited, though my question focuses on ...
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What other UX processes exist other than user centered design?

What other well known processes or approaches for creating an user experience (such as an app or website) exist except the user centered design approach and what are their strengths and weaknesses?
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What deliverables can one provide in a pitch for a client to show to his/her boss and get approval for a project?

I am in the position where a client is asking for some visual materials to show to his boss in order to get the go-ahead to sponsor a new project. This client has an existing site that we designed ...
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What encouraged the designers of GNOME Web 3.11.90 to show both (a) the page title and (b) the address/location/URL in the header bar?

Points of reference, please, for documents and/or discussions that supported the design rationale. I'll add one answer, I don't know whether it's ideal. Background A brief, two-screenshot ...
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what is the critical mass for design research

For my project, the first step of designing a service is design research. how many people should I interview to reach the point of synthesizing the interview results? is there any to go place to find ...
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What are the good techniques to create a great onboarding process?

I'm looking for websites with good onboarding process. I like for instance Weebly because it explains me quite well on to build my first site step by step. Can you recommend any, telling briefly why ...
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Creating an user experience roadmap?

I was asked today if we could create an user experience roadmap for the application we are designing. I am a little confused about that since I have never really heard of the term user experience ...
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How to sell people on the benefits of user research?

I work for a small team right now that is going through a requirements tornado. I know that the reason why is that they have no idea what their users want. They haven't done contextual interviews, ...
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Do user experience practitioners ever have to worry about code?

To me this is a simple question – of course not. But on several questions and answers lately I need to fight for this opinion. I might be wrong, so I need to know. Do user experience practitioners ...
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Design and development team experience with community/user driven feedback platforms

In reviewing the benefit of transitioning to a user/community driven product design and development process, the availability of platforms such as GetSatisfaction and UserVoice (plus other similar ...
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If I am not the developer and I haven't hired one, how should I explain the development step of my UX design process to potential clients?

I'm working on a new website for my freelance UX design company. One feature that has done very well with usability testers so far is a new section of the site explaining my design process. Testers ...
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How does something become “common knowledge”?

There was a time when there were no smartphones and computers. Now terms like "Tap", "Swipe" or "Double-click" are common for most people in the world. How do some interactions turn into common ...
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After updating form should redirect back to form itself or to the show page or back to the list?

I am developing an app that consists of the CRUD operations. Lets say I want to create, read, update and delete clients. I have a page that lists all of the clients, page that shows a particular ...
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4 weeks to research and prototype a business banking app - what is the UCD process?

I've x4 weeks scheduled to spend on UX & research on a business banking app. How should i schedule the time? So far i have: Week 1 - Strategy & research Kickoff workshop, strategy ...
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What is the best way to map content to your information architecture deliverables?

I usually create a site map and wireframes as delivery but what is the best way to add info about what content (text, forms, images, videos etc) that should be included on the individual pages? Do ...
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Lean UX: How to synchronize the team

I've been reading Lean UX hoping to implement some of what I see in a brand new UX team at my organization. One thing I noticed is that a lot of the activities and suggestions assume that you can/will ...
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Designing data tables without data

I'm designing a number result tables for a new product. In order to design anything worth my and my client's time and money, I need to know and verify what the data that I'm designing with is. Instead ...
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Resources for building a UI/UX team and process

I'm looking for practical guidance (books, articles, blogs) on approaching team building and the development process. I'm currently running development teams using basic Agile and Scrum principals ...
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Visual design first, interaction later?

Has anyone had experience with visual design as the first step in the UX process? The idea being, interaction design happens after visual design, as more of a documentation phase. In effect, reverse ...
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I'm looking for a graphical versioning system for sketches, wireframes etc

Up to now I've gathered so many sketches, wireframes, icons and mockups for all different kinds of projects and customers I have supported or worked for. Digital and on paper. I have noticed that I ...
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“Selling” the management on need for UX focus

After the novelty of finding this SO section wore off (and being rightfully shamed of asking a duplicate question), I'd like to rephrase this question so it would target what I feel is a gap in ...
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At what stage in a project would hiring a UX contractor provide the most value?

In this case it would be for a small company that can't afford lots of specialized positions, developing a new (browser based, this time) version of an enterprise application. The new version is a ...
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Should human beings be referred to as people in design and development?

My question arises after been struck by a poster on the wall of Facebook's offices which stated 'People, not users'. User to me is not particularly good word for a human user, it is better as a ...
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What is a primary noun table?

Human Factors International talk about a primary noun table with, from what research I can assume is a similar attitude to task analysis. See this example. I can only assume it is nothing mere than ...
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What is lean UX, and where can I learn more about it?

There is a new trend called Lean UX, apparently stemming from the Lean Start-up approach. What are its main principles? What are good or recommended reference, sources or education for learning about ...
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In usability testing, what consensus from users is enough to throw out an idea in future iterations?

I am in the midst of adding about 100 images to one of my current projects after completing a round of usability testing on a low/medium fidelity prototype yesterday. I included ideas for 4 pages in ...