User Experience Hong Kong (UXHK) is a learning event dedicated to bringing all product and service design disciplines together, from research, marketing, design, technology and the business to name a few, who are interested and passionate about designing great experiences for people and business for a better world for all.
The last few years has seen a exponential rise in the role of user experience design in website and application development. Businesses and organisations who have, sensibly invested in a user experience team and their expertise, are now those reaping the rewards and seeing massive returns on their investment.
According to this article, every dollar invested in user experience is worth $100. Yes, $100!
However, only 11.5% of product development budgets are spent on user experience design. Amazing really.
So how, as UX professionals can we sell our expertise to project managers. Case studies really help to prove ROI so in this article we’ve got three case studies that you can take with you to help persuade them that you’re worth it!
As we rapidly approach the end of 2016 we thought this is a great time to ask, User experience: what can we expect in 2017? We’ve been scouring the net for some of the best articles and predictions for UX in the new year. From the guys over at UX Magazine we bring you the 13 design predictions for 2017. Then head over to Creative Bloq who are exploring trends in UI over the coming year.
From gradients, typography and gradients to failure mapping (yes, you read that correctly!) and tamagotchis, there’s a great deal on the user expereince cards for 2017