UX Files: January 2017

UX Files: UX links

A round up of interesting, informative UX and design related links we’ve come across this month.

If you’re building or redesigning a mobile app, build a prototype for testing first. Sound like extra work? It doesn’t have to be. There are three different approaches to explore when creating your prototype.

There’s a lot of talk right now about the potential impacts and benefits artificial intelligence will have on tech and UX design. It’s going to change the way we design, but won’t replace designers.

You’ve put lots of work into each wireframe, but it’s important to consider how each screen will flow together. Wireflows are a great way to show stakeholders your wireframes in context and better communicate your design.

When it comes to your product, you’ve got a user-first design process that works. Take the same approach with your marketing efforts to really resonate with customers.

A crucial part of any UX design professional’s job is advocating for the end user and putting personal biases aside. Make sure you’re always designing for your user’s reality, not for yourself.

That’s it for this month! We’ll be back in February with a fresh set of links.