Where and how do UX designers find inspiration?

User experience design has been a uniquely emerging profession in the last 20 years. It is more similar in nature to engineering, rather than design, in terms of how much information architecture and problem-solving skills are involved in the process. There are some unique aspects of UX design that make it difficult for designers to get inspirations at random to apply to their projects. There is an…

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Finding a buried UX design treasure is like hunting for truffles. The process is challenging and time consuming, but the reward is precious and often worth sharing.

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Hannah Chen

Hannah Chen

Designer @Lyft, ex-@Google, who is obsessed with handcrafting and world traveling. Follow me @HannahCDesign on Twitter. calendly.com/hannahcdesign

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