In practically any discipline, it’s a good idea to have others evaluate your work with fresh eyes, and this is especially true in user experience and web design. Otherwise, your partiality for your own work can skew your perception of it. Learning directly from the people that your work is actually for — your users — is what enables you to craft the best user experience possible.
Photo: Kaspars Grinvalds (Shutterstock) You probably have thousands of photos stored on your iPhone that document the greatest (and smallest) moments in life., of a memorable beach vacation until dinner last night. And while the The Memories function of the Photos application allows you to revisit these memories in small doses, sometimes it offers an … Read more