UX Links for the week ahead (Week 5) – Foolproof Labs’ Blog

Every week i feature a collection of UX Links to get you inspired for the coming week. Make it your Monday morning routine to get some quality reading done before you get busy.

  1. Create your own mac-based usability testing lab with viewing room: http://www.90percentofeverything.com/2014/01/17/create-your-own-mac-based-usability-testing-lab-with-viewing-room/
  2. The 5 Traits of Successful Innovators, according to science: http://99u.com/workbook/21113/the-5-traits-of-successful-innovators-according-to-science
  3. Flawless product design with a large team: http://www.montparnas.com/articles/flawless-product-design-with-a-large-team/
  4. Why the resurgence of user-centered design matters for marketers: http://www.theguardian.com/media-network/media-network-blog/2014/jan/15/user-centred-design-marketing
  5. Tesla’s groundbreaking UX: An interview with User Interface Manager Brennan Boblett: http://uxmag.com/articles/tesla%E2%80%99s-groundbreaking-ux-an-interview-with-user-interface-manager-brennan-boblett

Enjoy!



About Russell Morgan

Throughout his career in digital advertising, he has seamlessly transitioned into various disciplines ranging from web design, HTML integration, production, and even PPC management – making him a well-rounded practitioner. While doing the rounds of different digital disciplines, he saw the potential and importance of UX design and took it upon himself, with a partner, to set up a UX rooted digital development agency – where UX culture is instilled in every employee and process from start to finish. Russell, who originally hails from Scotland in the UK, is the Co-Founder, business development director and UX Lead of Foolproof Labs. He was previously the Experience director at Movent, a GroupM Company. He remains a strong advocate of design thinking, rapid prototyping and early stage user testing and validation, with no signs of stopping just yet. He is on a continuous search for all things UX – studying, developing and adapting new discoveries into his craft.

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