Quantifying Exceptional Design: A 5-Year Retrospective Analysis from the UX Awards

Speaker:  Beverly May – Brooklyn, NY, United States
Topic(s):  Human Computer Interaction

Abstract

While many UX leaders have described what they believe constitutes good UX, there has never been either the available data or consensus of opinion to research and define exceptionality. The UX Awards' proprietary data of hundreds of submissions, thousands of crowdvotes and many dozens of senior judges' perspectives provide revealing, actionable insights into exactly what defines and enables great UX and design. This talk reveals both insights and concrete guidelines in exactly how to achieve exceptional UX, based on rigorous analysis of five years' of UX Awards ( UXAwards.org ) case study submissions and winners, and is illustrated by supporting case study examples.

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