Web Designer Magazine champions our UX processes as main feature

By Siji Onabanjo, Posted 3 years ago

Matt Gibson was once again asked to share his knowledge and experience, writing for the August 2013 edition of the Web Designer Magazine. The article made the front cover of the industry leading publication. The piece introduces the key concepts of user experience (UX) design, and how to implement the theory into the production of a web based project.

Cyber-Duck's user centred design (UCD) methodology is the main feature in the leading web design publication Web Designer Magazine. The article firstly introduces UX as a concept, its background and history as a theoretical approach and then details proven methods on how to incorporate it practically into your work. The six page spread features easy-to-follow hints and tips throughout, working as a guide for professional individuals and teams that want to enhance their UX processes.

Web designer magazine

The Web Designer Magazine is a useful resource for designers and developers.

The UX Design Toolbox

By incorporating a professional and proven user experience design methodology, organisations can ensure that their projects capture both the requirements of the archetypical users and business stakeholders. The article provides proven insights into various UX tactics that Cyber-Duck uses such as stakeholder interviews, system evaluations, ethnography, personas and how to create the information architecture and interaction design.

Leading the way

This article is the latest example of how the Cyber-Duck team is engaging with the digital community via thought leadership articles, lectures and UX workshops across Europe. It was only a few weeks ago that Matt produced a thought provoking case study regarding responsive web design that was featured in Smashing Magazine.

This issue of the Web Designer Magazine is on sale now, order your digital magazine or paper copy, or pick it up from any decent newsagent!

Let's work together

Our interdisciplinary team can work as an extension of yours - we would love to hear your ideas.

Discuss a project