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Complete Beginner’s Guide to Information Architecture

Posted by UX Booth |22 Dec 15 |

Information architecture is an often misunderstood job title. Are they designers? developers? managers? All of the above? In this article we’ll discuss what information architecture is, why it’s related to usability, and what are the common tools/programs used in information architecture.

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Northwestern University’s MS in Information Design and Strategy

Posted by UX Booth |21 Dec 15 |

Our sponsor, Northwestern University, is offering an MS in Information Design and Strategy online from Northwestern University. Check it out!

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UX Maturity: an interview with Simon Norris

Posted by UX Booth |10 Dec 15 |

Simon Norris, founder of Nomensa, recently gave the keynote at Interact London. This week he spoke with us at UX Booth about everything from human psychology, to Nomensa’s proprietary UX Maturity Methodology.

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Define the Future of UX

Posted by UX Booth |03 Dec 15 |

The team at UserTesting is looking to the future. Take their survey and help define what that future might be!

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Complete Beginner’s Guide to Interaction Design

Posted by UX Booth |26 Oct 15 |

Ready to get your feet wet in Interaction Design? In this article we touch briefly on all aspects of Interaction Design: the deliverables, guiding principles, noted designers, their tools and more. Even if you’re an interaction designer yourself, give the article a read and share your thoughts.

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Think First: A No-Nonsense Approach

Posted by UX Booth |24 Sep 15 |

We were very pleased to interview author Joe Natoli about his new book Think First: My no-nonsense approach to creating successful products, memorable user experiences and happy customers. Today, we’ll be offering readers an excerpt of the book itself.

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