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Illustrated Quick-start Intro to Wireframing

If you're new to UX design, wireframing is a powerful tool to understand how users experience your software. People with technical backgrounds benefit from wireframing because it forces them to take a step back from their coding mentality. Rather than focusing on the technical architecture, wireframing exposes the user-experience structure:... (Read more)

Talking Across The Divide: Designing For More Than "It's Secure"

This list of questions about the security features of software can help UX professionals collaborate with security experts.

Safeguarding Research Participants With A Bill Of Rights

In this installment of our series on resources for field research, we discuss the participant's bill of rights. Additional resources include screeners and model releases for photography.Why Consent MattersField research such as interviews and observations are an important part of Human-Centered Design. As important as learning about first-person, lived experiences... (Read more)

Model Release: Respectfully Sharing Stories

This post is part of a series explaining our publicly available resources for user research. The previous installment covered how to write screeners to recruit participants. This week, we discuss how to get model releases to share photos from user studies.One approach among manyAt Simply Secure, we strive to balance... (Read more)

Event: UX in a High-Risk World

As you know, building great software depends on a deep knowledge of users. If you're working on a project targeted at people who operate in high-risk situations, such as activists and journalists, it can be hard to get the quality insight you need to design features and experiences that will... (Read more)