When clients or co-workers ask me “what’s your go-to resource for UX, and experience design best practices, inspiration, and guidance?” Of course, I have my go-to references, like Luke W, Lean UX, and Jakob Nielsen, among others listed in detail below, but my best, most reliable resource is experience.
You’ve made the decision to go into software development. “Coding”, as all the cool kids call it nowadays :) Fantastic! It’s time to get you up and running. The next big decision you need to make is “what kind” of software developer you want to become.
Meet Pio Molina, a professional violinist and recent grad of our Full Stack Web Development program. This is his #WyncodeStory and how he plans to #BuildNewWorlds connecting Music and Coding.
With the high demand in technological jobs, it is no surprise why everyone is looking to transition into a career in tech. But how do you know a Bootcamp is good for you?
As we are getting closer to a new year, our team is reminiscing in the 2018 achievements, the amazing students that completed our programs and the lessons learned this year. One of the best things to reflect upon is: What are the questions and concerns of our students before, during and after our programs?
Conversational UX is when the digital product embraces a more human like relationship with the user employing chat, or a dialog like set of interactions in a system, user cadence. For example, rather than filling out a form one could answer a series of questions and depending on answers provided, the user will get served relevant options, communicating key information along the way. Ideally it ends in a transaction, lead, or conversion.