How to address chronic copy meddlers You’re cooking dinner for a friend. You looked up a good recipe, found a delicious jambalaya, shopped for the ingredients, spent time prepping and cooking. Now your friend takes a few bites. They then get up, walk out, and a little while later come back with a take-out meal. […]
The benefits of doing user research outweigh the risks of not conducting any research at all. Without proper research into user behavior, it becomes difficult to design and build features that are truly intuitive and follow a user’s workflow and thought processes. Having to re-work such features because they’re not understandable or solving real problems is also a time-consuming and inefficient way to build digital products.
Disney is synonymous with magic, excellence, and innovation. As much of a fan as I am, there are certain experiences that drive me absolutely nuts, especially when I look at them through the lens of UX. We can strengthen our UX teams and user-centric cultures by learning from the strengths and challenges of user experiences at Disney World.
Explore five helpful resources our editors have loved for building their user experience design careers.
Fries in hand, Jonathan picks apart the Uber Eats checkout experience, highlighting some important UX lessons about handling people's money and frictionless purchasing.