UX Deck Examples 2


Illustrator Redesign

InDesign Redesign

Illustrator Redesign

Finneas App

UX Deck Examples

UX Deck Examples

These are examples of some of the decks created in last semester’s UX/UI Design class.

Steve Asfall


John Bhatia


Thomas Ma


Signup for an Invision APP Account

Invision APP

I spoke with the educational coordinator at Invision and they sent me this link and signup code to get a student account with 3 free projects. You have to sign up with your NYCCT email account and it is good until 6 months after you graduate.
If you already have an account let me know and I can put you in contact with Invision’s educational coordinator.

Check out their Student Showcase: http://blog.invisionapp.com/design-teachers-approach-design/

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How to Conduct User Interviews

How to Conduct User Interviews

User interviews can be a great way to extract information from users for user experience understanding, usability understanding and ideation. They are cheap and easy to conduct and can be readily conducted by anyone who can ask questions and record the answers.


7 Great, Tried and Tested UX Research Techniques

7 Great, Tried and Tested UX Research Techniques

Thinking about conducting some user research? Wondering which techniques are most likely to provide useful results? Then look no further. We’ve compiled a list of 7 excellent techniques which are tried and tested and have been proven to deliver real value in UX projects. Let’s take a look at each technique and see what it is and why it works:


First Presentation

The first presentation is your opportunity to demonstrate the initial UX research into your respective product.

You will have approximately 5 minutes to tell the story of your product.
You should include information taken from:

  • Stakeholder Research
  • Competitor Research
  • User Interviews (if you did them)
  • Surveys
  • Personas
  • Scenarios
  • Customer Journey Map (not required, but if you work on one between now and next week fine)

Remember, a successful presentation is all about telling a good story and drawing your audience into it.