The 6 stages of UX maturity are: 1. Absent: UX is ignored or nonexistent. 2. Limited: UX work is rare, done haphazardly, and lacking importance. 3. Emergent: The UX work is functional and promising but done inconsistently and inefficiently. 4. Structured: The organization has semisystematic UX-related methodology that is widespread, but with varying degrees of effectiveness and efficiency. 5. Integrated: UX work is comprehensive, effective, and pervasive. 6. User-driven: Dedication to UX at all levels leads to deep insights and exceptional user-centered–design outcomes.
UX processes in many organizations these days amount to little more than UX theater
UX is struggling because all of the juicy problems have been solved
Sold in school on UX as a noble and creative pursuit, they hit the job market to find roles where every chance for nobility and creativity has been carved out and cleaned away in the name of shipping product.
8 min read · 2020-09-07 · Design elements that appear similar in some way — sharing the same color, shape, or size — are perceived as related, while elements that appear dissimilar are perceived as belonging to separate…