We asked Google users what makes a good user experience on a website. This article takes a closer look at how to provide good user experience on a site.
Useful UX tools for designers: What should we use?
The UX tools that people use to make their lives easier are endless. In this blog post, we will take a look at some of the UX tools for designers and discuss what they can do for you.
UI vs UX: a detailed comparison with analogies
A close look at the difference between user experience (UX) and user interface (UI), using analogies anyone can understand and in-depth explanations of each.
Design Courses: A detailed list of UX online and offline design certifications
A UX certification is a great way to demonstrate your skills and knowledge of user experience design. In this post, we will be covering the best picks of 10 UX design certification programs with both offline and online modes of pursuing them and all the details required for the choice.
Best UX graduate degree programs: A guide
There are several certifications and courses available for every beginner, intermediate, or advanced individual. However, to master the field, a degree program can help a lot. Here are our best picks for programs and their details alongside.
How online education sites can improve their accessibility
COVID-19 created a necessity for far more schools to utilize digital spaces than ever before. It is both your ethical duty and a business imperative to look a little closer at your accessibility. Below are some of the key elements that can help you along the way.
How design thinking helps improve UX
Design thinking is a process that helps teams understand their customer’s needs and create solutions that are innovative and to the point. In this article, we discuss and demonstrate some of the ways it can help improve your UX.
Project Bundle: Inject user thinking into your design projects
The Project Bundle is a package optimized for injecting user testing into smaller-scale or short-term design projects. Don’t just design; design with users in mind.
The root of all usability problems
When we design websites, we create participatory fictions – imaginary worlds that we invite users to engage in. When the user is unable to successfully engage that fiction, it is because of “imaginative resistance,” the underlying cause of all usability problems.
Higher ed and UX industry partnership: The EDU program
Hands-on learning is invaluable in the technology industry. In the world of UX design and web development, students have much to learn from industry experts.
TryMyUI's EDU Program supplements UX and design classes with research support, training, and access to industry experts. An educational partnership promises access to TryMyUI webinars, workshops, facetime with UX experts, and connections to TryMyUI partners in the tech industry.