I’ve found myself returning to a few key resources on product design over the years. No matter where you are in your product design journey, the books and articles below can spark fresh thinking about how to improve your product.
Every few weeks I facilitate UX/usability workshops with companies building products in New York City. Over the last few years, over 100 companies have debugged their designs at our free workshops.
If you’re a product manager or designer looking for insight into how to improve your product, head over to UsabilityTest.org to sign up for our next event. We cover everything from UX principles to usability testing to rapid prototyping, and leave you with actionable steps to make your product better.
When I was in college, employers Googled me as part of the screening process. But instead of finding my experience, they found something very different — a drug dealer with the same name.
This inspired me to create software that would help anyone understand, improve and monitor how they look online. I break down why I started BrandYourself, and how it helps people control their online presence.Read More