UX & Psychology go hand in hand— How Gestalt theory appears in UX design?
By Norbi Gaal on uxdesign.cc
“In order to create work that better serves the needs of our users, it’s important to understand some basic psychological principles. Which is why I want to share with you Gestalt theory. With this toolkit under our belt, we can consciously design user experiences that truly fit the users.”
How to Gain Insights from Emotionally Charged Questions
By Peter Dennis Pan on uxdesign.cc
“While the data gained isn’t exactly all clean, you will end up with certain indications of different things. It is up to your own judgement to assess that data and make the best decision.”
Functional Fixedness Stops You From Having Innovative Ideas
By Aurora Harley on nngroup.com
People’s blindness to alternate uses of objects limits their problem-solving capabilities and stifles creativity. Overcome functional fixedness by abstracting problems to generate outside-the-box ideas.
Search-Log Analysis: The Most Overlooked Opportunity in Web UX Research
By Susan Farrell on nngroup.com
Your website’s search engine can tell you what your web visitors want, how they look for it, and how well your content strategy meets their needs.