Here are some common UX deliverables you’ll be working on throughout your career. Download files in .AI, .PSD, and Sketch formats.
Personas are a great artifact that help you synthesize and present research findings about your target users to members on your team.
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Use an empathy map to document your understanding of a particular user and their motivations, desires, and way of thinking.
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When it comes to design software, Figma is the cool new kid on the block. It combines the simplicity of Sketch with real-time collaboration features and powerful extra tools. Even better, it runs in your web browser, meaning you can use it on any computer.
Since bursting onto the scene in 2010, Sketch has become an essential part of any modern UI designer’s toolkit. It's easier to use than Photoshop and Illustrator, and could help you upskill fast.
For nearly 30 years Photoshop has been a crucial tool for photographers and graphic designers alike. For UX and UI designers the story isn’t much different: Photoshop is still a de facto tool for many studios and agencies dealing with digital products.
Keep these illustrations in handy next time you need a reference guide for projects you’re working on. Feel free to print them out!
This poster is a quick overview of some key concepts and terms in color theory. Always nice to have a reminder!
Get a refresher on the Design Thinking framework. Hang this up around the office if you want to send your co-workers some not-subtie hints about process.
Another process-oriented poster, this diagram outlines the concept of Validated Learning. At each stage of the product development cycle, how can you maximize your insight?
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