Are you on the fence about Participatory Design? Considering conducting a PD session? Maybe merely unsure of what they are, exactly? Take your worry hat off and read on!
There are many different tools a usability expert has at his disposal when conducting usability studies. In this article I explain six of the most commonly used user research techniques we use today.
What are the most common mistakes that people do when testing users during usability studies? We list our top 5 picks and ideas how to avoid them.
Internet is no longer rational space. After all - as a species - we are often driven by emotions. So, what is designing for emotions and how can you do it? We list some ideas.
Six years and counting...
Today we are celebrating our 6th birthday. What started as an idea and blog is today 11 people strong agency with clients in over 100 countries worldwide.Read more
New UX Passion website, our gift for our fifth birthday
We are 5 years young. We are celebrating it with our new website! Something that started as an idea back in 2009 is today a strong agency.Read more
We’ll be teaching about usability at ecomTEAM 2014
Our chief information architect, Darko Cengija, will be at ecomTEAM 2014, running a workshop on usability approaches and techniques.Read more
Smashing Conference 2014 with UX Passion crew
We are sending our largest delegation ever to Smashing Conference in Oxford, 18–19 March 2014. One track, 18 lectures and only 350 attendees.Read more
The importance of Visual Consistency in UI Design
Visual Consistency is so important, building visually consistent pages has become an unspoken rule. This article brings you great tips to go with when attempting to bring balance and visual consistency into your UI.Read more
A quick breakdown of various user research approaches
There are many user research approaches we can choose from when conducting usability studies. This week, let us take a closer look at the six most often used user research techniques and see what makes them so popular.Read more
What is Participatory Design and what makes it a great practice
A relatively new approach to designing software, Participatory Design is proving itself to be an incredibly valuable tool in usability research. Find out why usability specialists are beginning to conduct Participatory Design sessions.Read more
Designing for emotions - UX design principles
Internet is no longer rational space. After all - as a species - we are often driven by emotions. So, what is designing for emotions and how can you do it? We are listing some ideas and approaches you can try out.Read more
WIAD 2014 Talk: No one wants to use your product! (Goran Peuc)
A quick reality check telling you that people seriously do not want to use your digital and even physical product, no matter how good it is, and what to do about it.
WIAD 2014 Talk: Foraging for Creativity (Tin Kadoić)
What ingredients for creativity can be found in the wild? How do other professionals analyse and approach the topic of creativity?
UX Passion - 4 years in the making
On October 9th, 201) we celebrated our fourth birthday. We move, break things, build new ones. We laugh, cry, curse, love, hate…
Wall Of Tweets - The best Twitter Wall available
Holding an event or a party? Live or online? Wall of Tweets helps people share their thoughts and make connections using social media.