All UX methods, mapped and organized (looking for feedback)

4 years ago from , Senior UX Designer

Hey guys,

I've been working on a side-project to organize all the UX methods out there and here's the result: http://www.uxkit.design/

I'd love to hear your feedback (use discount code: dn_special). Is this something that you find valuable? What's missing?

Thank you, Martin


  • Kurt MadsenKurt Madsen, 4 years ago

    I noticed you switched the discount from 100% to 50%. Good for you! Get paid for your work! :)

    2 points
  • Ross JohnsonRoss Johnson, 4 years ago

    Love this idea, would definitely invest $99 for it (potentially more for the branded version.)

    Personally, I have a slight aversion to the hand drawn numbers in the background of some of the templates. Inlining or putting them above the titles would reduce the cognitive effort required to process them.

    Great work and idea.

    2 points
  • Enor Anidi, 4 years ago

    Great product :) Just going through the free demo before making a purchase...when you release the next version would that be a free upgrade? For example someone mentioned that the capitalized text makes it a bit hard to read (which I agree), so would that be free in that instance to upgrade?

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  • Katie MacoyKatie Macoy, 4 years ago

    it's really cool but it bothers me that all instructions are in ALL CAPS. It makes it hard to read.

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    • , 4 years ago

      Thank you Katie! You're totally right. I was concerned about readability and will definitely fix that in the next version!

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  • Koos Looijesteijn, 4 years ago

    Great ambition, but I ‘all’ methods is really feasible. What about methods that are described in languages you don’t speak for instance?

    Although I find the list impressive, I’m also missing quite a few: context mapping, ethnography and vision in design come to mind.

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    • , 4 years ago

      Thank you Koos! Absolutely. My goal was to include all the most popular ones first. Ethnography is represented by Contextual Inquiry. Can you elaborate on what do you mean about vision in design?

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  • Tyler ATyler A, 4 years ago

    The free demo link to the Gumroad popup isn't working. Still comes up with the full license for me.

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