Rapid Prototyping for UX Design

Rapid prototyping is an important UX principle that I share in the UX courses I teach. It’s such an important topic, that I’m now teaching a dedicated rapid prototyping course. Too many people get far too invested in designing their final apps or websites before they have created a rough, sketched version of the user […]

UX Training Classes

I’ve just returned after teaching a UX training class for clients creating apps and websites. I’m balancing my time between teaching UX design and working as a UX designer on a number of modern, responsive websites. While I enjoy the balance between delivering UX training and working as a UX designer, I get to see the benefit […]

Upcoming UX Training Classes and Workshops

If you’re interested in user experience design for the Web or apps, I’m leading several UX courses over the coming weeks, including a class this coming Thursday and Friday in Philadelphia. You can find complete details and registration information here: http://www.agitraining.com/ux/classes The workshops cover an overview of UX design, the workflow and planning processes which […]

UX Design Class in NYC

I’m teaching a UX Design Class in NYC next week, June 17-18, at American Graphics Institute and there are a few open spot remaining. The course is titled Introduction to UX Design Principles and is perfect for designers, developers, business analysts, program managers, and anyone that needs to help better understand UX and communicate design […]

Resizing your selection (not your image) in Photoshop

I see users struggling to get just the right rectangular, or elliptical selection in Photoshop. Then painstakingly trying to add or delete the selection to get it just right. If this sounds familiar to you, try this great little feature. Choose Select > Transform Selection. Handles appear around your selection, you can then grab an […]