I’m excited to announce that starting next week we’ll be kicking off a weekly series called UX Method* of the Week.
The idea is simple:
- Each week, one method from The User Experience Team of One will be featured on twitter and on this book web site.
- For the featured method, I’ll ask folks to share their best tips.
- Then I’ll pick the most clever and brilliant tip that’s been shared.
The author of the winning tip will receive a free copy of the book (valued at $39) and public adulation from yours truly over on the twitters (priceless).
We’ll kick things off next week with method #1, the UX Questionnaire. If you want to participate, be sure to follow me on twitter @ugleah, or check back here periodically to see the latest method and reply with your own best tips.
* Why methods? Well, because I love UX methods. I love what they stand for: self-contained, UX-focused activities that you can inject into your process to achieve new and different outcomes. My love of methods should be no surprise to readers of The User Experience Team of One. Part two of the book is a reference-style compendium of 27 methods. When done in order, they comprise a start-to-finish blueprint for taking on a project as a UX team of one.