Digital Accessibility: Creating Inclusive Experiences and Avoiding Lawsuits

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Web accessibility has always been good practice but, starting this year, it is a legal requirement that user experience professionals can no longer ignore. [Read More]

AUX3: Making UX Research Track with Agile

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The AUX3 model (Agile UX with 3 Tracks) proposes a framework for fitting the user experience cycle into the Agile process. [Read More]

10 Steps for Drafting a User Research Program, Part 1

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Research project planning provides benefits to both partners and practitioners alike. This article outlines the first five of ten recommended steps for research program planning. [Read More]

Forge a Guild: Elevate Your UX Team to Superhero Status

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UX Guilds can be an effective model to scale UX by empowering non-UX team members to make appropriate design decisions. [Read More]

Understanding User Adaptation to New Technology in the Manufacturing Industry

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This article discusses the challenges faced, the importance of UX research, and the research process in the Indian manufacturing industry in the era of the Internet of Things. [Read More]

Time Change: How the UX of Time Begins Below the UI

Assertive Communication Skills: A Foundation for UX Success (Part 1)

Becoming Emotionally Intelligent About Design (Book Review)

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