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10 Things I’ve Learnt as a New UX Designer

I’ve now been working in the UX field for 6 months, and it’s been a fascinating and exciting journey. I mentioned in a previous post how I entered the world of UX/UI design in my 30’s, and now that I’ve properly wet my feet, I wanted to share some of my learnings. Read more...

The psychology in UX Design -Mental Models

My first discovery of mental models was when I did a short course in Cognitive Psychology. Upon completing my studies, I realised how useful it is to familiarise myself with this concept and learn how to make interactions better without removing or changing the user’s expectations. Read more...

UX Design Considerations and Accessibility for Cognitive Ageing

When incorporating accessibility guidelines into our user experience (UX) designs, we tend to focus on the 15% of global occupants with disabilities, particularly those with visual impairments. By being inclusive of this user segment, we may improve the user experience for other users too. Read more...

The parallels between UX design and Philosophy

As ancient humans, we wondered about the things we saw and experienced and questioned why the world is the way it is. Philosophy began to understand the world without relying on religious or mythical ideas and to provide explanations to satisfy our capacity for rational thought. Read more...

The importance of communication as a UX / UI Designer

Communication is an essential part of being human. The way we express ourselves, which words we choose to use and how we say them are all fundamental when it comes to connecting with others. As a UX designer, I have come to understand how important communication is in all forms of Graphic Design. “But,” I hear you cry, “to communicate sounds simple enough. I mean, you just speak…and someone else listens, right?” Read more...