• Robert Williams, over 1 year ago

    Awesome!

    Is "UX design" something that only applies to software/apps? Or is UX design/thinking something you can apply to any type of product, experience, or service?

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    • Matt WelchMatt Welch, over 1 year ago

      UX typically applies to software and apps as most products seems to have some digital aspect to them. UX design really does relate to all types of products or experience as it's short for"User Experience design." Any site/product/service/experience can benefit from the insights gained from research and knowing the userbase.

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      • Robert Williams, over 1 year ago

        This is where I start to get confused.

        If any type of site/product/service/experience can benefit from the insights gained from researching a user base... how come UX designers mostly focus on apps?

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        • Dylan OpetDylan Opet, over 1 year ago

          Well, maybe you're just so focused on the industry. Look around everywhere in the world and you'll notice UX design in everything from interior, layouts of homes to businesses like restaurants to increase the flow of customers to call centers that are logistically placed right or the label on the door that tells you to push or pull on a confusing knob/handle. I think it plays onto most things in life.

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