The Best of UX Planet
20+ most popular UX Planet articles, as voted by our community.
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UX Planet on Design Sprints
How LEGO Run Design Sprints at Scale
A case study about how LEGO scaled Design Sprints throughout its organisation
UX Planet on Design Thinking
UX Writing: How to do it like Google with this powerful checklist
Notes from Google I/O 2017 on choosing the right words
3 Best Form Design Practices for your design process
A short takeaway of form-design practices and insights for designers, business people and everyone.
UX Planet on Emotions
Color, psychology and design
Is product design only about how humans interacts with it?
Designing Emotional UI
Emotions play a massive role in our life. People are both rational and emotional. And when it comes to digital products, many people want…
UX Planet on Gamification
Gamification in 2017: Top 5 Key Principles
Gamification is a buzzword that was relatively salient a few years ago, but has since dropped out of the vernacular of modern user…
Gamification Mechanics in UX: Smart User Journey.
From the very childhood people start playing games and they never really stop.
UX Planet on Information Architecture
Information Architecture. Basics for Designers.
The World Wide Web contains a tremendous amount of information which is hard to imagine unstructured because a human brain wouldn’t be able…
Information Architecture Design: A Step-By-Step Guide
Information architecture is a discipline that focuses on organizing information within digital products clearly and logically. It helps…
UX Planet on Product Design
How to use ChatGPT in product design: 8 practical examples
ChatGPT is an advanced chatbot created by OpenAI, a company that created GPT-3. Users can ask ChatGPT open-ended questions about any topic…
«I will use ChatGPT to create assets for the new website (a landing page for a robot vacuum cleaner) — eight practical tasks in total»
Design thinking is not doomed — it’s misused
As design thinking continues to evolve into 2018…
UX Planet on User Research
User Research: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Customers and Making Better UX Decisions
User research is an integral part of the UX design process. It provides insight into your users’ needs and behaviors, so that you can…
UX Planet on UX
These Design Inspirations Can Change How We Read The News
Shared by 253, including Sofia Quintero, Lluís Codina, Matthias Lampe, Florian Hanke 🍎, Stephen C Sanders
Essential Tools for User Research
User research is an integral part of design process. When a team conducts user research, it focuses on understanding user behaviors, needs…
UX Planet on Visual Design
Designing a Wellness App while nothing seems to be well
Week 6 of the Ironhack UX/UI Design Bootcamp has come to an end and my current emotional state can be described as overwhelmed and on edge…
Design Systems at Alibaba
How we built an RTL-first design system and maintained it during a major redesign
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Design principle: IKEA effect
How to make people love the product
UX myth - flow is bad because it’s too long
I bet you’ve done this at least a few times in your career. While designing a flow in the product you’ve decided to base on the math — a…
The UX behind designing landing pages that convert
The purpose of a landing page is to convert visitors into potential customers. For any website, the landing page is mostly the first thing…
The reasons to create a Persona
There are different ways to assess the work with Personas and many variations of documents are available out there. This article doesn’t…
Figma: Responsive design with auto layout, constraints & grids
How and when to use what — the right way
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