Be Good to Your Users Blog
What books, articles, podcasts and other online resources should you read in order to develop and hone your UX knowledge? Here are some of the favourites gathered from our UX community.
You can be too prescriptive and end up forcing a user down a cul-de-sac that merely ends up confirming your own bias. Or you can be too vague, and end up with a load of aesthetic opinions about your site. So avoid these questions like the plague (or a swarm of jellyfish.)
Here we’ll be answering the following questions: What is tree testing? What are the benefits? How do I run my own tree testing? How will I possibly stop myself from making a joke about going into a forest, pressing up against a silver birch and saying, “yeah feels pretty woody, now let’s try another one”?