Lars Damgaard
strategic user experience designer
December 2nd 2012

Merry uxmas

A few days ago, I stumbled upon UXMAS which is a user experience advent calendar.  So far, it has enlightened me with Jared M. Spools talk on how the kano model can inspire ux strategy and a rant about the stupid design of many payment form designs.

UXmas is made by Thirst Studios and UX Mastery and illustrated by Super Eight Studio. They created the site:

…partly as a way of giving back to the UX community during the festive season. But mostly we just thought the pun was too good to pass up.

What a sympathetic mission! The site itself is has a lovely (responsive) ux design too. Looking forward to open the rest of the doors in the calendar.

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