By Whitney HessJan 09, 2009
When I tell people that I am a user experience designer, I usually get a blank stare. I try to follow it up quickly by saying that I make stuff easy and pleasurable to use. That’s the repeatable one-liner, but it’s a gross oversimplification and isn’t doing me any favors.
The term “user experience” or UX has been getting a lot of play, but many businesses are confused about what it actually is and how crucial it is to their success.
I asked some of the most influential and widely respected practitioners in UX what they consider to be the biggest misperceptions of what we do. The result is a top 10 list to debunk the myths. Read it, learn it, live it.
User experience design is NOT…
1. …user interface design
This is a great article from Article Dr. Eslambolchi on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/impact-natural-language-understanding-dr-hossein-eslambolchi
Predictions about the future are important for our planning, so today I will give you my vision for the use of human languages by machines over the next 5 years. I wrote recently about my top ten predictions from a decade ago that have come to pass with the explosion of IP-centric developments. I also wrote that the “years between 2020-25 will be dominated by machines. Consumers and businesses will live in a robotic world — a scenario eerily reminiscent of the Terminator franchise.” How is that working out for us? … Read more