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20 People in UX that You Have to Follow on Twitter




20 People in UX that You Have to Follow on Twitter If you’re stuck for where to get started in UX then one of the easiest things you can do is get active on social media. If you connect with the industry’s biggest names, you can learn a ton of new information, find out about job opportunities and network with many other UX designers at the same time. But where do you start? Well, we’re here for you with 20 people in UX that you absolutely have to follow on Twitter. Please note that this list is in not in any particular order of awesomeness. It’s not a ranking scale between 1 and 20; we think everybody in this list has something noteworthy to say and we highly recommend that you tune into all of them. Steve Krug Steve Krug, is the usability expert who wrote the book; “Don’t make me think!” It’s considered to be the core text for usability folks and it’s in its third edition now. He also does Twitter and his account is both active and in regular use. You can find him at @skrug. Don Norman Don is one of the world’s most famous UX designers, he serves on the Interaction Design Foundation’s board and he’s the guy who coined the term “user experience”. He’s not the most active of Twitter users but when he does post, it’s always interesting. Find Don at @jnd1er. Bill Buxton Bill is an interaction designer and researcher. He’s a principal researcher at Microsoft Research and was previously head of his own consulting firm, Buxton Design. In 2001 Bill was named as one of the 10 most influential innovators in Hollywood. He’s a regular poster on Twitter and you can learn a lot from his tweets. He’s at @wasbuxtion. Irene Au Irene is awesome. She’s the former head of design at Google, Yahoo and Udacity. We’re also lucky to have her serving on the Interaction Design Foundation’s board. To make things even more interesting, Irene is also a yoga instructor and despite her busy schedule – she manages to teach yoga four times a week in Palo Alto. Find her at @ireneau. Olof Schybergson Olof is the co-founder and CEO of Fjord, one of the world’s leading service design consultancies. He’s worked with everyone from the BBC to Citibank to Foursquare. He’s energetic and passionate about what he does and he often takes to Twitter to share his interests with others. Find Olof at @Olfo_S. Patrick Neeman Patrick Neeman is one of the most prolific UX Twitter users (nearly 40,000 tweets and counting…) and he’s the guy behind usabilitycounts. com too. That’s a great website with lots of tips for UX professionals. Earlier in his career he worked for companies like eBay, Disney and Microsoft. You’ll find a bunch of great UX jokes hidden in his feed as well as more serious stuff. Find Patrick at @usabilitycounts. Laura Klein Laura wrote “UX for Lean Startups” and “Build Better Products”. She’s also a Silicon Valley based Lean UXexpert who regularly shares what she knows and opportunities for UX designers on her Twitter feed. Her updates are always relevant and interesting. Find Laura @lauraklein. Scott Jenson Scott Jenson is the Project Lead for Physical Web for Chrome and in his past life he’s been the UX Director for Google, Symbian, and Apple! He posts a lot of cool stuff on Twitter and regularly links to long form articles that he’s written. It’s worth digging deep in Scott’s material, he has so much knowledge that you really should make his work mandatory reading. Find him at @scottjenson. Luke Wroblewski Luke is one of the most influential people in the UX field and he’s an avid Twitter user. He coined the idea of “Mobile First” (that you should design for the smallest screen first and then work up from there rather than squeeze everything from a big screen into a small one). He’s worked at Yahoo and eBay, among many other companies, and the company he founded, Polar, was acquired by Google. Catch him at @lukew. Karen McGrane Karen is a UX and content specialist and says that on a good day, she makes the web more awesome and on a bad day, she just makes it suck less. Her tweets are regular and often in very good humor. Not all of them are 100% UX relevant, but there’s enough great content there that we can forgive the occasional lapse. See what Karen has to say @karenmcgrane. Jane Pyle Jane is pithy, witty and 100% UX focused. She works in Enterprise iOS app design as a UX designer. Her Twitter feed has wonderful examples of good and bad design as well as a lot of humor. She’s also very much into animal rights and between the UX stuff, there are some great photos of animals to be found too. If you’d like to know more about Jane you can find her @janepyle. Jan Jursa Jan is Germany’s UX superhero; he runs an awesome curated Twitter feed of all things UX, delivers two podcasts on UX, is responsible for three conferences each year and still manages to find time to be a mobile experience designer! He’s also compiled a great book “UX Storytellers” containing the stories of over 40 UX specialists! Find Jan’s great content @IATV. Khoi Vinh Graphic designer extraordinaire Khoi Vinh is currently the principal designer at Adobe and he’s also constantly delivering awesome design related content on Twitter too. His is one of the most visually interesting Twitter feeds we’ve seen, and it’s nice to get a ton of great stuff from someone who once led the design efforts at the New York Times! Find Khoi Vinh at @khoi. Daniel Burka Daniel was once the creative director for Digg and is now the design partner at GV. He’s a hugely passionate UX guy and tweets regularly on a variety of different subjects. If you’d like a little light relief from some of the more serious feeds, Daniel’s feed is the place to be. You can find Daniel @dburka. Crystal Ehrlich Crystal is one of Los Angeles’ best know UX figures as she runs the LA UX Meetup Group. She’s also worked for AT&T, Honda, Pepsi, etc. as a freelance Designer and has won several awards across her career for her amazing work. Her Twitter feed is a gold mine of useful targeted UX related material; we think Crystal must dream UX as well eat, sleep and breathe it. Find Crystal @cbehrlich. Catriona Cornett Director of Product Design for SalesforceIQ, Catriona Cornett, is a passionate communicator with a real joy for making people’s lives better through design. She’s also generous enough to share her passions on Twitter with the rest of us. Her feed is intelligent, incisive and incredibly interesting. Don’t miss out on Catriona’s Tweets find her at @inspireUX. Kristina Halvorson Kristina is the found of BrainTraffic and ConfabEvents and an author and content strategist too. Her Tweets meander between UX/marketing related stuff and whatever big news item catches her eye which is fine because the UX stuff is excellent and the other stuff keeps the feed feeling fresh and engaging. Find here at @halvorson. Peter Merholz Founder of Adaptive Path, creator of the awesome design blog peterme. com and all round design wizard Peter Merholz offers an endless stream of wisdom on his almost hyper-active Twitter account. You can’t fail to learn something from Peter and we strongly recommend that you follow him and read the blog posts he links out to. Find Peter at @peterme. Josh Brewer Josh Brewer is the creator of 52 Weeks of UX an incredible free resource for UX designers and the CEO and Founder of MadeByHabitat. He’s been a principal designer at Twitter and the Director of UX at Socialcast and he really knows his stuff. He’s very active on Twitter and his posts are always brilliant. Find Josh at @jbrewer. Taylor Ling Taylor’s based in Malaysia and he’s a writer for androiduiux. com and a Google Developer Expert (GDE) for UX design. He’s an enthusiastic purveyor of UX knowledge and while he’s younger than most of the other folks on this list – we think the quality of his posts makes up for his youth and then some. Find Taylor at @taylorling. The Take Away There are plenty of amazingly talented people sharing their knowledge online. Twitter is a great place to get in touch with some of the world’s top UX design talent and learn from them. It’s also somewhere you might want to do some networking to kick start your own UX career or develop that career further. Many of the people above share opportunities on their feeds and you may find that their followers are great people to connect with to develop your professional network further too. ORIGINAL ON IDF

Nova verzija sajta kao primer za Responsive Web Design




Novi sajt DraganVaragic. comSajt koji redovno posećujem je i DraganVaragic. comOd danas je pred nama nova verzija sajta. Ono što nas je privuklo je objašnjeno u par rečenica:"Jedna od glavnih karakteristika savremenog Interneta sa aspekta njegovog korišćenja je da sve veći broj osoba koristi sve veći broj različitih uređaja da bi pristupao Internetu sa različitih mesta, na različite načine. Objedinjavanje doživljaja pri pregledanju nekog Web sadržaja i prilagođavanje doživljaja njegovog korišćenja (korisnički doživljaj – User Experience – UX) određenoj platformi (kopjuter, tablet, mobilni telefon…) naziva se Responsive Web Design. "DraganVaragic. com na tabletuVertikalna orijentacijaHorizontalna orijentacijaU ovom konkretnom slučaju, izgled bloga je prilagođen za tri različite širine ekrana, što predstavlja i minimum dimenzija za prilagođavanje (mobilni tel. , tablet i kompjuter). DRAGANVARAGIC. COM

The Best Places to Find UX/UI Design Inspiration Online




Wherever you are in your creative career, drawing inspiration from the world around you is crucial if you want to continue improving in your field. As a creative, it’s important to remember that inspiration can come from anywhere — a sign you see on your way to work, the shape of a tree in the forest, etc. You never know when you might see something that inspires your next great idea. And one of the most surefire ways to draw inspiration from others on a daily basis (other than talking to a UX mentor) is by fully leveraging the incredible sources of creative inspiration on the internet. This article is the first in a series where we’re going to dive into the best ways to find creative inspiration online. From UX Design to Lettering to Branding to Visual Design, there are millions of incredible people, websites, tools, and galleries online for every creative persuasion and we’re going to share the best so that your daily internet browsing is filled with easy inspiration. We’re going to focus on sharing: The best websites that pull together galleries of amazing projects from other creatives The best blogs and websites focused on providing tips and articles related to each field The top lists of creatives in each field to follow on social media The best creative tools, educational resources, and online teachers for each field So sit back, relax, and get ready to bookmark like crazy. This week, we’re starting off with User Experience and User Interface (UX/UI) resources. And here we go… The Best UX/UI Inspiration Aggregator Sites To get things started, we’ve put together a list of some of the best sites that aggregate together the most inspiring work from UX designers around the world and present them all in one beautiful endless scrolling grid. These are great sites to visit every few days to see what’s new in the world of UX Design. SiteInspire – This showcase site features several new websites every day. If you want to keep up on current web design and UX trends, SiteInspire is the place for you. Web Design Inspiration – This site is focused on showcasing, you guessed it, web design inspiration! People can submit their site and the site owners select a handful to feature every week. The Best Designs – This site curates a daily list of unique websites from all corners of the internet. They also showcase not just designs, but designer and workspaces as well. Niice – A mood board generator that pulls in design and UX projects from a bunch of different sites. A fantastic way to get started whenever you’re about to dive head first into a new major web design project. Behance – One of the largest social networks for designers, they have a huge repository of UX work that other UX designers have uploaded. Dribbble – Similar to Behance, Dribbble is a social network + showcase tool for designers. You’ve probably heard of it  Awwwards – Probably the best known “daily website winner” site, Awwwards lets visitors vote on the best websites of the day (and week… and month… and year). And you’d better believe they have tons of sites with amazing UX/UI. Panda – A bit different than the rest, Panda lets you aggregate not just awesome UX designs into one visual grid, but also different websites from the creative world. If you use Panda the right way, you may never need to visit another website again. The Best UX/UI Educational Tools and Services If you’re in the early days of your UX journey, here are some great resources to help you learn the basics of User Experience design. One of the most important things you can do when you’re just getting started is to spend time ensuring you understand the fundamentals of what constitutes a strong user experience. These tools will help you learn just that. UX Beginner – A great resource for anyone just starting their UX journey, with tutorials, tips, and projects for beginners to improve their skills. An awesome resource to make the UX educational journey a bit less daunting. 52 Weeks of UX – A fantastic project that goes through a different UX lesson every week for a year. Take it in over the course of a year or breeze through it in a week! It’s up to you. UX Mastery -Another great resource for people early in their UX careers, their site offers hundreds of articles and classes. Most importantly, they also have a Slack community where aspiring UX designers can gather and share learnings, tips, and projects. DailyUI – an email-based resource that sends you a UX project to work on every day for 100 days. Carefully planned and elegantly executed, this is a great resource for anyone trying to improve their UX skills via simple projects. Hack Design – an amazing resource for anyone trying to become a designer. They curate projects from lots of different designers across the industry and also feature a crowdsourced toolkit where you can easily see the top tools used by UX designers across the world. Skillshare UX Courses – Skillshare has a ton of amazing UX courses taught by some inspiring and accomplished designers. The perfect place for a beginning UX designer to fully immerse themselves in. Udemy UX Courses – Udemy, like Skillshare, also has tons of great UX courses, some paid and some free The best UX-focused Blogs and Websites Next up are some of the best blogs and websites that feature awesome interviews, tips, tutorials, and thought pieces about the User Experience world. These sites are great to check into every week or two to get caught up on new trends in UX. We’d recommend finding a couple of the sites you like most and joining their email newsletters so you can get the best articles each week delivered to your inbox! UI Movement – A great site that curates 5 of the nicest UI animations daily and emails them to you. Too easy! UX Mag – A repository of amazing articles, interviews, events, and even job postings for the UX industry! UX Booth – A well-researched and in-depth site, UX Booth focuses on research-driven User Experience articles and interviews and is a fantastic resource for anyone looking to take their UX expertise to the next level. UX Movement – A fantastic blog that focuses on articles that show how user interface design can impact user behavior. A great resource for people starting in the field or designers with years of experience. UXADAY – A crowdsourced list of the best resources, tools, and sites for aspiring UX designers to visit! UXDesign. cc – One of the largest Medium publications focused on UX, this is a great resource for in-depth writing from a bunch of different UX Designers. UX Pin – The blog of the UX tool UX Pin is full of helpful articles and tips from designers in and outside of the tech world. Boxes and Arrows – A fantastic resource for UX designers, this site focuses on articles relating to design principles, frameworks, and methodologies. And finally, a few lists of the best UX/UI Designers to follow on social media To wrap things up, we’ve put together a few lists of the best UX designers to follow on social media! The creative community is very active on platforms like Twitter, Medium, and Instagram, so we’d recommend following a handful of great designers so you can get inspired every time your finger inadvertently clicks on a social media icon on your phone.   The Best UX/UI Designers to follow on Twitter The Best UX/UI Designers to follow on Medium The Best UX/UI Designers to follow on Instagram Women Who Design ORIGINAL


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