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Top 20 UX Design Blogs and Resources You Should Follow in 2018

knowledge and advice on the web are free of charge, we are able to learn user experience design at anytime anywhere with ease. Below, we have put together the top 20 UX design blogs 2018 and resources (in no particular order) to help you understand the field of user experience and beyond. If you know of a user experience blog or resource that we have missed and you feel it is worth a mention, please add your own suggestions in the comments area.
1. UX Magazine
UX Magazine is an online UX publication discussing the latest topics and trends in design and UX strategy. It is the closest to a full-fledged trade magazine that UX designers can find. This site creates a community with location-based listings for conferences, talks, workshops, informal meetups, and classes.
2. Smashing Magazine’s UX Design Category
This category features quality articles on usability, information architecture, interaction design and other user experience (UX) related topics – for digital (Web, mobile, applica…
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User Journey Vs User Flow – Differences & Similarities

User Journey and User Flow are two terms frequently mentioned in the product development process, they refer to two tools created to improve the product user experience. However, the differences between these two can easily mislead designers: some people think they are the same There is also the opinion that the range covered by User Journey is wider than that of User Flow. Yes, they do have something in common, but they also differ from each other in many ways. In this article, I will make a comparison of “User Journey Vs User Flow "to help you understand better.
1. What is a User Journey? What is a User Flow?
First, let's look at the definitions of the two terms:
a. User Journey: It can also be called Customer Journey, it refers to the scenarios in which the user interacts with the product, and normally the scenarios consist of between 4 and 12 steps. Its function is mainly to assume and demonstrate the current and possible way in which the user can interact with the product.

Top 15 UX/UI Designers You Should Follow to Flow Out Inspiration in 2018

As is known, design is a rather broad and hard-to-define term. There are a wealth of different responsibilities encompassed by the term designer and design-related roles which have been existing in a wide range of areas, varying from print (publications and magazine) to industrial design (furniture and cars). With new design roles emerging in the industry, job titles like UX/UI designers seem to be confusing for both experienced and uninitiated designers. Before diving deeper, let’s have a quick look on the difference between UX and UI terms. User Experience (UX) designis a concept that has many dimensions and primarily concerned with how the product will feel. To solve a specific user problem, a UX designer will explore many different approaches, as any given design problem doesn’t have one single right answer. By identifying verbal/non-verbal stumbling blocks, UX designers refine and iterate to make the “best” user experience. Here is how Laura Klein (the author of UX for Lean Start…