Currently Browsing: July 2017
One of my favourite things about UX and design is that in our role, we get to interact with so many different people in the service of creating digital products and services. There is an immense satisfaction in coming together, with people of all different skillsets and mindsets, and delivering an incredible thing together. But, […]
Guest post by Amy Leak Last time, we spoke about what cognitive biases are, delved into how Attentional Bias and Risk Compensation work and how you can factor them into your digital design. Today, we cover two more cognitive biases: the Empathy Gap and Choice-Supportive Bias.
Welcome back to Episode 2 of my UX Design Lightning Portfolio Critiques, where we aim to answer the question of what do hiring managers look for in my UX design portfolio?
Today I’m celebrating because this day marks the one year anniversary of I Am Not My Pixels! I started this blog (by writing a short post about my design sprint calendar!) because I wanted to share my UX and design practises with as many people as possible. 45 blog posts later, and I’m proud to […]