How to Design a Large Scale Responsive Site

Responsive design has evolved considerably since it was first defined by Ethan Marcotte in 2010. The discussion now isn’t whether you should develop a site that works across all devices, but instead,…

Avoiding Hard-to-Answer Questions in User Interviews

Interviewing People to Identify Their Needs People can tell you about the problems they face and the things that annoy them, but they have a difficult time articulating what they want or…

Courage and the Corner Office

By Jamie Myrold Not so long ago, sales reps promoted software products and customers evaluated them based solely on their features. A system could be ugly and clumsy, as long as it…

Build a Mobile-Device Lab!

Device Connectivity, Onboarding, and Services Smartphones are not self-contained products, but connected devices. … Every step of this switching process reminds you of what it is like to be a new user.…

Advice to Candidates on Successful UX Interview Loops

At-Home Assignments While hiring managers are looking for a reasonably good proposal, they are also interested in seeing a candidate’s process for arriving at that proposal. The purpose of an at-home assignment…

How to Annotate and Document UX Deliverables

You just won a big new piece of work. The schedule is tight and so is the budget. Luckily, the project proposal defined the deliverables and timeline, so the team can start…

The Top 10 UX Booth Articles of 2016

Make no mistake: 2016 has been quite a year. Here at UX Booth, we’ve not only seen a lot of growth in new readership (hi, all you newcomers!), but also seen growing…

Discovering and Applying UX Best Practices

Read Broadly—About UX, Design, and Other Topics You can start your discovery of existing best practices by getting into a routine of reading articles.”—Dan Szuc & Jo Wong “One of the better…