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Gestalt principles, or also known as gestalt laws, are rules on how our eyes perceive or look at visual elements. As humans, we tend to group similar elements, recognize patterns, and simplify complex images as we look at objects.  But how do we accomplish such a remarkable visual achievement, given that our vision input, is just

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The human centered design is a process centered in people you are designing for and ends with design solutions that are tailored to suit their needs. This is a long design process that involves building empathy with people, generating ideas, building prototypes, and putting the design innovation as a solution to the world.In this article, What

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Usability testing comes in so many forms from heatmaps to actual face-to-face interviews. But these types of tests fall only in two categories: moderated and unmoderated usability testing. What is the difference between these two? In this article, Moderated vs Unmoderated User Testing, we will identify the difference between these two kinds of user testing and

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So you want to be a UX researcher? Taking this path can be intimidating and ambiguous for a lot of people. A UX researcher is multidisciplinary. There are no single or definitive guidelines to becoming a UX research specialist. And unlike other tech roles, UX research is not just something you can learn from books

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The best UX podcasts keep us up to date with everything on user experience and design trends. Listening to several great podcasts can help us build better products while we aim to creatively solve the problems that our users face. We at Userpeek believe that listening to UX design podcast can help designers stay inspired. UX

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An effective way of directly observing the users and their behaviors is called the contextual inquiry method or also known as the participant observation or popularly known as on-site study. Contextual Inquiry – Table of Contents 1 What is contextual inquiry?2 Guiding principles of contextual inquiry2.1

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Empathy is one of the most important factors in any UX design. However, only a few UX professionals focus on using empathy in terms of understanding user experience despite the many endless conversations about its importance. From a user perspective, comments like “as a user, I would not normally use that” or “our users are not

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Rolling research is an on-going, regularly scheduled research sessions directed toestablish answers to usability questions and concerns. This type of research is moreefficient compared to the conventional session-by-session research due to itspredetermined schedule, using the same basic methods in every session.Another good thing about the rolling research program is it can be done weekly,monthly, or

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As someone working in the UX field, I could say that one of the most important factors for good user experience is knowing your user’s behavior. The good news is, there are multiple research methods and tools available. However, it is not always practical to observe these behaviors directly such as when and where these behaviors

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As UX experts, we bear the responsibility of introducing the brand or the product to our target audiences in the best ways we can. And to achieve this, we need to make the users understand everything to properly deliver the brand, product, or the copy to them. However, in doing this, there is something we

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