Category Archives: What is UX?

Four reasons why I don’t think a ‘designer’s gotta code’

Jared Spool started this debate last summer, but recently his tweet, ‘The ugly truth: Designers who can code will squash designers who can’t code in the marketplace’ got me thinking about it again, mostly because he hashtagged the tweet, ‘designersgottacode’. … Continue reading

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Is the ‘UX Developer’ job title really a problem?

There’s been a lot talk lately about what the job title ‘UX Developer’ means and whether there is a place for it in the industry. Leisa Reichelt and others in the ‘yes’ camp think it’s fine – a perfectly valid … Continue reading

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Psychology is more than just a corner of UX

I was recently reading Dr Susan Weinschenk’s article on The Psychologist’s View of UX Design, (which, by the way, is a great introduction to some of the psychological principals of design) and I couldn’t help but wonder if she was … Continue reading

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