Welcome to
the UX Collective

"Learn from the community, give back to the community."

A big part of what we learned in UX comes from online reading: articles, tutorials, resources, blogs. It’s all available out there, for free — and all you have to do is invest some time to dig it up.

But there’s a lot.

UX is becoming increasingly popular, and with that comes a lot of clutter, noise and disorientation. The  UX Collective is our attempt at curating and sharing UX content with our community in a more digestible way.

We hope you enjoy the ride.

Your editors,
Fabricio+ Caio

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    Stories about methods, processes, and tools to frame the right problem and arrive on the right solutions.

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    The challenges of planning and running design research to ensure the solutions we create are based on real user needs.


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    Our principles

    As designers, we know everything we do has to have a purpose. In a fast-paced industry like Design and Tech, it’s easy to fall into the trap of getting blinded by novelty, and simply following what other people are saying or doing.

    Here are the principles that drive our decisions on what we publish:

    Designers have the power to impact what people see, think and feel, and the responsibility to not use that power to mislead anyone. Same applies to our content: we don't publish  articles that are trying to sell something or that blur the line between content and marketing.
    The experiences we create have to be  accessible to all types of users. Similarly, the stories we publish should be accessible for all audiences — from design veterans to design enthusiasts. No jargons. No tech talk. Great writers (as well as great designers) know how to make things simple and consider an audience larger than themselves.
    Our design teams have to be diverse to ensure we are considering all types of perspectives — which will eventually lead to stronger and better design solutions. The articles we publish also have to encourage  multiple and diverse perspectives, that will lead us to a stronger collective thinking. We welcome authors and readers from all countries, backgrounds, and levels of experience.
    As designers, it is part of our jobs to constantly challenge the status quo, pushing for innovation and seeing things differently. With writing it is just the same. We at the UX Collective are particularly excited about pieces that challenge universal truths and established paradigms with references and solid arguments. Our job as designers is to question the world we live in.

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