The Best of Muzli
10 most popular Muzli articles, as voted by our community.
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Muzli on Agile
How to Stop UX Research being a Blocker
Fitting research into agile teams
Muzli on Colors
Are Gradients The New Colors?
Colors are one of the most important and powerful elements in design. Since design is an evolution, our perception of colors (and the ways…
Muzli on Design Thinking
Why Business Design is the Most Important Skill of the Future
The times of pure Design Thinking are over: Certainly, the last years have seen the rise of Design Thinking and similar processes (most…
Muzli on Emotions
The Art of Emotion — Norman’s 3 Levels of Emotional Design
Strengthening the emotional impact of product experiences through visceral, behavioral, and reflective design.
«three different levels of design that capture how people emotionally react to visual experiences: visceral, behavioral, and reflective.»
Muzli on User Research
User Research is Overrated
Design Sprints have revealed an expensive waste of time in the modern design process.
Muzli on UX
The Ultimate Guide to Chatbots: Why they’re disrupting UX and best practices for building
The incredible potential of chatbots lies in the ability to individually and contextually communicate one-to-many. But how do you make one?
UX Case Study: Venmo. Adding a group savings feature.
Adding a feature: A social savings circle for friends and family to improve their saving habits.
Muzli on Voice Computing
Voice User Interfaces (VUI) — The Ultimate Designer’s Guide
The fundamentals that empower us to converse with our devices
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Why empathy is the most important phase in the UX process
Empathy is where everything starts! To start walking on the road, you’ll have to put on the shoes. If you want to walk without them, you…
Helping travelers plan trips with ease using crowdsourced itineraries — UI/UX Case Study
This case study explores the journey of users browsing through other travelers itineraries and creating their own itinerary tailored to…
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