When you’re creating a new product or service, the core value that you’re trying to provide is encapsulated in your minimum viable product, or MVP. Creating an MVP doesn’t just happen, though – you need the right tools to bring it into existence.
Both UX designers and UX researchers are important for product developing tasks. In this blog, we will look at what the differences between UX designers and UX researchers are and when you might want to use one over the other when designing your product or service.
Virtual whiteboards seek to make remote / virtual design thinking a simpler, more productive exercise for product teams everywhere! Learn why virtual whiteboards are the future of design thinking!
How do you communicate the value of UX to colleagues, so that the entire team has a user-centric perspective when decisions are made?
Through working with our agency partners, we’ve learned about the many challenges agencies face with SaaS research tools. TryMyUI is now offering an Agency Plan specially designed to suit the needs and business models of digital agencies.
Not all insights are created equal. Share your most important ones with a highlight reel of your key user testing findings.
There is a popular sentiment in design: in order to make good work, you have to have taste; that taste is a fixed aspect of who you are. Just as taste can be applied to people, the labels good or bad often get applied to design work: “That’s just bad design.” But what if it’s not so simple?
To build a dream product, you must first build a dream team.
A powerful product team is comprised of 3 kinds of roles, product management, user experience, and engineering; and each is responsible in its own way for creating a great user experience.
Few things can convince a team member or stakeholder of the flaws in a design quite like watching users struggle with it first-hand. With the updates to our video annotation feature, pinpointing, cataloging, and sharing your usability research with the team is easier than ever.
“It’s easy to boil the job of UX Architect down into a single word like ‘design,’ but putting it so simplistically is only true in a very narrow sense. Design – elegant, usable design – is the end goal of the job, but what I really do for TryMyUI is to create a vision for the product.”