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on redditUser experience design is the process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability, ease of use, and pleasure provided in the interaction between the user and the product. User experience design encompasses traditional human–computer interaction (HCI) design, and extends it by addressing all aspects of a product or service as perceived by users.
Product Development and UX Leaders
on linkedinThe Product Development and UX Leaders group is focused on bringing valuable resources, expert content, best practices & networking to the leaders in the industry. In the group you'll have access to exclusive content and the opportunity to connect with the top minds in the field. Who should be joining this group? Anyone who is sick and tired of all the fluff out there and interested in the real talk about the current trends and future of UX - this includes product developers and managers, engineers, designers, entrepreneurs or anything of the sort. Basically, if you are interested in staying ahead of the curve and connecting with other movers and shakers in the industry, then this is definitely the group for you. Join in the conversation today and get to know your fellow group members by posting to the discussion board!
Give Good UX Company of Friends
on facebookThe CoF is designed to help you share your current UX and Design struggles with others and support each another in your daily UX work, educational and career goals.
UX Beginner Design Community
on facebookWelcome to the private FB group of UXBeginner.com, a resource dedicated to helping professionals switch to the UX field. Share personal experiences, UX career questions, insights, job postings, and resources.
on linkedinThe UX Pros group is a community for User Experience (UX) professionals. This group is dedicated to discussing UX trends and best practices. Topics in this group include Research, Information Architecture, Prototyping, User Testing, Analytics, Graphic and Interface Design, and much more.
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