In this post we are going to show you some of the best UX podcasts you should listen to. As we’ve stated it earlier: “Podcasts are the radio stations of our days. They are fitting perfectly into our busy lives and coming in all the types and sizes so everyone could find the ones of interest to him or her.”
As a web developer, your time is in high demand and you are valuable to the success of creating a well-functioning website. However, the problem comes when you find yourself over worked and you can’t seem to stay organized to keep everything flowing well. If you find that you need some help in organizing your day to complete projects on schedule, the following is a guide on the top 10 organizing tips for web developers to make their time more valuable.
Tips To Keep You Organized And On Schedule
Establish A Routine And Reasonable Expectations
When working on a project make sure you try to establish a steady routine of when you start and when you finish. You also need to work out some expectations of what you expect to achieve in a particular day. These expectations should be reasonable and not impossible to meet. Also tackle the harder problems first and any projects which have limited deadlines. This way you’ll be able to move at a slower pace later without any looming deadlines on your back.
Are you re-designing your website? Want to keep it in trend with the coming year? Website design is similar to fashion in which it tends to change a bit each year. The design of a website is dictated by different technology developments throughout the year. As changes evolve in web platforms, so do trends in website design. In many cases these changes offer improvement for the website when done correctly, but can be damaging if not incorporated the right way. For those who are re-designing or creating a new website, the following is a guide to the top five web design trends you will continue to see in 2016 that you should still incorporate into your website design.
It was a long time ago since we last published a top list themed blog post. Earlier we made lists about the best front-end tools, the best web design blogs and our favorite front-end sites. Lucky for you we couldn’t help ourselves any longer and created the list of best UX blogs in 2016. Just for you. Without further ado, start scrolling! 🙂
NN/g conducts groundbreaking research, evaluates user interfaces, and reports real findings – not just what’s popular or expected. With their approach, the NN/g blog will help you create better experiences for real people and improve the bottom line for your business.
UX Booth is a publication by and for the user experience community. This site’s readership consists mostly of beginning-to-intermediate user experience and interaction designers, but anyone interested in making the web a better place to be is welcome there. Take a look, they’re awesome.
UX Movement is a user experience design blog that shows how good and bad interface design practices affect user behavior. They believe that a clear, fast and easy-to-use interface is the greatest user experience. Sounds great, right?
Manual testing done great and being the manual tester of your customer’s dreams is no easy task. There are many things to keep in mind to produce the best user acceptance testing results for your customers. A very important concept to remember for testing is quality over quantity. If something isn’t tested thoroughly, you AND your customer’s credibility both take a hit. Why not strive to be on the other end of that spectrum? Here are 12 manual testing tips to be a cream-of-the-crop manual tester by making sure you do everything your customers ask, and then some.