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Good Monday, <<First Name>>. Here's your weekly roundup of UX design case studies.

Designing at Google: 10 things I know to be true →

[Essay] My friend Kenny, from UX Design Weekly, reflects on his first year as a designer at Google. He shares insights that are relevant to anyone entering or moving through the field of UX Design.

Making research more visible, digestible, and helpful →

[Case Study] [Portfolio] Yang shares her process for designing a system that advocates user research inside an organization. Her portfolio is truly stunning, and she's definitely on my up and coming designers watchlist!

Designing a platform to find the perfect vacation location →

[Case Study] [Product] Indicious shares their process for designing Vinco — an app entices users to carry out small tasks in exchange for points or prizes. They showcase their impressive branding skills, how they did design sprints, and finally, gorgeous UI screens (including motion).

Tools for unmoderated usability testing →

[Article] In this Article, NN/g covers what software is the right tool for the job. All the new tools are increasingly commoditizing user research, and it's a good thing; getting less expensive and much easier to pull off. 

Designing a ticketing app for music gigs →

[Case Study] [Product] Jon Marshall was contracted to design a ticketing app for music gigs. In this case study, he covers his entire process, including the research, findings, prototyping, testing, and iteration. He even includes a recording of one of his user testing sessions. (Medium Pro article.)


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All the best,
Jan from Case Study Club

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