Last month (14th to 17th October), UXTesting team was invited as a partner to participate in one of the biggest international UX conferences in Europe — World Usability Congress. The congress was organized by Youspi Consulting, held in a small but elegant city in Graz, Austria.

UXTesting team helped the organizing team generate UX Trend Report 2020, an annual insightful magazine about upcoming global UX trends. This includes the worldwide quantitative UX trend survey (click the link to participate in the survey) and insightful discussions about the future of UX with the speakers of World Usability Congress 2019.

Hannes Robier (the chair of World Usability Congress), and Tate Lin (head of business development of UXTesting) in the event venue.

The Conference

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Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

We are happy to welcome Kimberly Snoyl to this interview, organizer of Ladies that UX Utrecht, sharing her insights and experience about User Experience (UX). Kimberly has worked in the UX industry taking on a variety…


Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

We are delighted to welcome Caven Mitchell, founder and main organizer of Design Japan & Dev Japan to this interview, sharing his local insights and experience about User Experience Design (UXD) in Japan. …


Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

We welcome Onkardeep Singh to this interview, organizer of User Experience Meetup — For Beginners in London, sharing his insights and experience about User Experience (UX). Onkardeep has worked in the UX industry and is an…


Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

It’s our pleasure to have Péter Horváth, Switzerland-based organizer of Digital Strategy and UX Meetup - Geneva into this interview sharing his insights and experience about User Experience (UX). Before Péter became the organizer, he already…


Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

It’s our pleasure to have our second UX STAR interview with Kelsey Thomson. Besides working as a User Experience Researcher at BNZ, Kelsey is the co-organizer of User Experience (UX) Wellington Meetup. …


Through this interview series “UX STAR”, we provide a learn-from-peer approach for the UX space from diverse perspectives and make UX more understandable to the public. We invite UX practitioners and professionals, instead of focusing on UX theory or knowledge itself, to share their insights about UX, the inspirations they got along the way, and how a local community is engaged in different regions.

It’s our pleasure to have David Di Sipio, a psychologist working at the intersection of people, science and technology as well as the founder of UX Psychology Melbourne Meetup and UX Psychology Global Community, sharing his…


Image1: Super Dispatch and UXTesting co-branding image

UX Testing is delighted to announce a strategic partnership with Super Dispatch. Super Dispatch is an innovative mobile platform that helps transport companies to eliminate paperwork. The platform will help manage fleets, track shipments, simplifies the billing process, avoids false damage claims, and reduce overall claims by up to 40%. The truck drivers are paid faster, and facilitate communication between its users.

Another milestone for Super Dispatch is securing a spot in the Sprint Accelerator, managed by Techstars1; a promising startup among ten young businesses moving to the accelerator in Kansas2.


*Image 1: Additional image added for effect. Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash.

How much are UX designers paid

According to a 2015 survey by Zsolt Kocsmarszky, which gathered the annual wages from 1520 UX Designers from all over the world and compared it to their experience, the country they work in, and compared it to the average wages in those countries.

The report showed a lot of insights in the wages in the UX industry. Some of UX designers in Western Europe and North America earn more than in the rest of the world and the salary of UX designers increases immensely as experience does.

The chart below also shows the effect experience has on wages in the…


From carts to laptops

Image 1: Additional picture added for effect.

We all remember an instance in our childhood where we shopped with our parents or relatives at the grocery store, wheels of the shopping cart rustling on the ground, and running around the store grabbing snacks that we wanted off the shelves. These memories seem so distant, and these instances seem much less prevalent today.

The age of the shopping carts is slowing down, and this is apparent as companies like Blue Apron sell edible products on their websites and can ship it straight to their customers’ doorsteps. This is extremely convenient and it can even…

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