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How To Be A UX Hero (Book Review)

A review of Life and Death Design by Katie Swindler describes a book on how UX practitioners can utilize research in neuroscience to better develop life-saving products. Topics include physiological analyses of stress responses, the role of human intuition in problem-solving, and tips on how user interfaces can inspire perseverance…

Chronicling Pain: Creating Dynamic, Customizable, Modular Icons for Describing Abstract Physical Symptoms

This article offers a design solution for enhancing chronic pain communication that employs color, shapes, motion, and sound to include nuance and specificity. Specific descriptions of pain can result in more accurate medical diagnoses and treatments that increase patient satisfaction. Research findings demonstrate how this approach improves upon existing methods.…
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User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) International supports people who research, design, and evaluate the user experience (UX) of products and services.