Now the hardest part of getting into the new field is understanding the concept of it. Many people aren't too interested in spending tons of money learning subject matter, and many more don't have the time to find those resources. If you'd like to know the basics of what a UX Designer or UI … Continue reading 15 Free Resources if You’re Interested in Learning More About UX/UI Design
Inktober. A combination of the words Ink and October. It occurs when you ask? THE MONTH OF OCTOBER, I shout. Inktober started as a internet-wide tradition in the eary 2010's, originating in 2009 by an illustrator named Jake Parker (link to website: here). The concept is very simple, and promotes the ideology that sketching isn't just a … Continue reading What is Inktober and How Do I Get Ready for It?
BOOM. You read the title, you already know, time to move on with the rest of your day, right? Okay for those of you who are unaware, UX Design and UI Design are very different things. On first observation you might note that the acronyms are different - while UX Design stands for User Experience Design, UI Design … Continue reading The Difference between A UX Designer and A UI Designer: Art and Social Psychology
Now, as far as acronyms go, VR/AR/MR isn't exactly the most complex. VR stands for Virtual Reality, AR stands for Augmented Reality, and MR stands for Mixed Reality. XR stands for... all of them? The concepts behind these acronyms are very nuanced and specific, especially as a growing and evolving community. Virtual Reality (VR): This is … Continue reading The Alphabet Soup of V/A/M/X -R
These sketchnotes comprise of three separate projects in which I applied User Interaction and Experience Design into a fully fleshed-out project. I analyzed users, ideated on stories, and expanded and contracted on each possible solution within a new team during each project. You can look here for the full PDF: Click Here for Full PDF View … Continue reading Sketchnotes: Undergraduate UX Research