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Flashback Friday (Nov 9-13): Top 5 Articles This Week

Here's a roundup of the most interesting content that caught our eye this week. Featuring our picks of the best of the web - we hope you like it too.

How to design a better product in 5 days

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Product design processes are meant to be cyclical. But what if you could speed up each phase for better results and more frequent feedback? This is the thinking behind design sprints, a fast process for yielding more iterations in less time. Design sprints aren't simply "rushing" everything.

An introduction to Lean UX

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This week on the Boagworld Show we explore Lean UX with Adam Babajee-Pycroft and ask whether it is nothing more than shortcutting the design process. Subscribe to this podcast using iTunes or RSS | Download this show Skip to the discussion or this week's links.

What makes a good User Experience?

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For the past 8 years, I have focused on designing digital experiences in a variety of industries and for a variety of clients. Throughout my career, I have gleaned a few lessons that helped me create actionable, simple, relatable, engaging, and delightful experiences.

Top 100 UX Design Tips from a User Experience Master

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User Experience Design (UXD or UX) in web design is the process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability, accessibility, and efficiency of user interaction with websites. Here at Intechnic, we've been studying and applying the best user experience principles in our work. I would like to share some of the best practices I’ve acquired over the years. Here is my list of 100 Top UX Practices every web designer should follow.

[Video] The Modern UX Organization

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This is "Leah Buley: The Modern UX Organization" by Interaction Design Association on Vimeo.

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