International UX: empathy, ethics, and respect needed.

Slang, trivia, cultural references, abbreviations, antiquated words, measurement systems - all of that, and more, could be confusing for non-native speakers. Using common and easy to understand rules and references, planning your design with respect to other cultures will help us to create a better, an inclusive User Experience, online and offline.

Piloting the first project with the UX process.

Do you work in an organization that doesn't have an established UX discipline, a clear owner of UX in the upper management and any shared design practices? If you do - you may have an excellent opportunity to advocate for Users and their needs and start the conversation about the User-centered design process. Bringing the UX process into a project is the first step in that direction.