a humorous take on the origins of UX
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a humorous take on the origins of UX

© STEVE GODFREY, UX Designer, Allovus Design First, a bit of simplified visual history. In the beginning, there was Graphic Design. Graphic Designers could make logos and designs that appeared on things. Cave dwellers did great wildlife symbols that told stories. Aztecs had terrific graphic symbols that look good on T-shirts to this day. Monks with specialized … Continue reading

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ux designers in high demand

While the demand for UX designers continues to grow, it’s important to remember each client describes their needs in different ways. As a potential candidate, you should carefully read through the job descriptions to see if your current skills match what is required. While many clients believe they are looking for a UX designer, it … Continue reading

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looking for candidates

UX DESIGNER|APPLICATION DESIGN. Allovus is looking for great UX Designers with experience in product research, information architecture and interaction design to create well-functioning corporate websites, software applications, or consumer electronics devices. The UX Designer should be able produce user requirements specifications, users (personas), storyboards, scenarios, flowcharts, design prototypes, design specifications, information architecture, interaction design, and … Continue reading

ux megagraphic
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ux megagraphic

From the co.design website a infographic worth a look: The Disciplines of User Experience Design is a mega Venn diagram by Dan Saffer (given a pretty makeover by Thomas Gläser) that explores all of the overlap between UX and other fields of design. You’ll see UX’s overlap with architecture, human factors, sound design, and computer science–and … Continue reading