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Friday Fix: Our Favorite UX Posts This Week

Jennifer DeRome  |  August 07, 2015
It’s Friday, you made it! When you’re done with the cat videos and weekend planning, we’ve got a few great reads to kick off your weekend. Check out our favorite articles from this week:

Trend breakdown: New ways to use the hamburger icon

The hamburger just got gourmet. Designmodo shares a few new takes on the classic menu icon.Read More »

32 ways to measure the customer experience

MeasuringU digs in to ways to measure the customer experience—32 of them—with this great list.Read More »

UX in libraries resource list

This helpful resource list comes from Ned Potter, which shows how UX is becoming a part of just about everything!Read More »

Wearables: enhancing or exploiting our personal data

Wearables are everywhere. But are they going a bit too far when it comes to our personal information? This post from UX Booth takes a look at the history of wearables, and how UX can be involved in making wearables awesome for everyone.Read More »

The evolution of stock photography

Stock photography sometimes gets a bad rap, but when you need it, it's super helpful. In this post The Next Web shares a brief history of stock photos, and where they're going in the future.Read More »
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About the author:

Jennifer is a Senior Content Strategist for UserTesting. When she's not dreaming up new ways to connect with audiences, you can find her traveling around the world or enjoying a glass of wine with friends.