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Flashback Friday: Best Articles in UX This Week (Oct 31-Nov 4)

What's the best of UX this week? We handpicked the most shared articles from around the web.

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The state of UX in 2016

By Leah Buley

The results of a recent study reveal how different organisations use UX today.

“Design has nothing to do with art”: Design legend Milton Glaser dispels a universal misunderstanding

By Anne Quito

Design is not art. It's a distinction understood by practicing designers, but it still eludes many. In an Oct. 29 talk at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the 87-year-old graphic design legend Milton Glaser gave the best definition of the practice of design. "Design is the process of going from an existing condition to a preferred...

The Ultimate Guide to Chatbots: Why they’re disrupting UX and best practices for building

By Joe Toscano

The incredible potential of chatbots lies in the ability to individually and contextually communicate one-to-many. But how do you make one?

How One Florida City Is Reinventing Itself With UX Design

By Diana Budds

"Like great companies, great cities need to think about user experience."

How To Poison The Mobile User

By Martin Michálek

So let’s be a little sarcastic today and try to poison the mobile user. How does that sound? Just follow my instructions.

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