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I once worked for a company that had "Czars". Every product had its own Czar, and there were inter-product Czars like a visual Czar, a coding style Czar, etc. Those cross product Czars weren't necessarily the most expert in their area but they were good at communicating and "getting people on board" and achieving consensus. Sounds like a UX Czar could be ...


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The Value of embedding UX Practices UX Integration is key to delivering UX of the product! Embeding UX practices enables a more focused and thorough design process while also offering a strategic view of how a product will evolve. This being said, having this integrated view requires a higher level of UX maturity within an organisation and therefore ...


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What most UX teams are missing is a "UX Sales" person. Most UX people are good at UX. Not as many of us are good at selling UX. I'd call that the 'integration' role. You need an advocate in the organization that acts as the face of the UX team. This is typically a UX Director position of some sort.


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As with most questions, I guess it depends on the organisation structure and the UX 'capability' or team responsible for implementing UX within the organisation. However, theoretically these are two separate activities in which one relies more heavily on actual UX skills while the other activity requires some degree of UX knowledge. I see it as something ...


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No content is timeless. Ok, now that we've got that out of the way, as a journalist one of my pet peeves has always been dates. I want to know when something was published, edited, or even deleted. Because often the value of the content is based on when, not how. For example, I recently had to update an Android phone that I previously rooted. I couldn't ...


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First, it's not clear whether you consider difficult for you or for your users. If organization is a problem for you (but users don't necessarily see this as a problem), then you could easily use a date based folder structure and then re-write URLs so your users can't see the dates. As for the outcome, you don't provide any info, but depending on the ...


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One solution is sorting posts by category. The url structure can be like this: domain/category-name/post-title Side note: Many times it's really useful to know when something was written. Or to even occasionally review and update. For example programming related articles.


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Should the UX team be organizationally with IT or Product Management? Neither. Or rather, both. UX, ideally, is a team that facilitates product design and development by bringing all the stakeholders together to the table. PM, IT, Marketing, Business, etc. The fact that the UX team is writing the user stories--however--indicates to me that this ...


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If you find the major use case is that most teachers have multiple classes, then it makes sense to limit it by folder like you said. Sure, you may have some extraneous folders or folders with only one file in it, but it makes actually sorting through folders (aka teachers) easier, even if it does add a step to open the folder. Remember, if you're saving the ...



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