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10 thoughts on “The UX Reader

  1. says:

    Gives you an insight on how Mailchimp approaches design problems and improves the product They have stated real scenarios like how they handled excessive unfiltered feedback from customers which will help you follow through

  2. says:

    This is a very nice book for beginners in UX area It has a large collection of useful tips and extra content

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    Mailchimp does some amazing things This book has UX in the title but uses it as a jumping off point for all parts of their process A number of chapters towards the beginning talking about the discovery process were interesting but when it got to code it went a bit specific for me to get too much from

  4. says:

    A lot of great insights from an inspiring company Sometimes it goes a bit too deep into the nitty gritty parts but overall it's pretty good and teaches a lot of things that are possible to deploy for every project An inspiring read on how to

  5. says:

    There some good info and advice in this collection It's a free download so there's nothing to loose The UX Reader

  6. says:

    Good primer on UX in nice bitesize pieces

  7. says:

    A great insight into how Mailchimp approaches UX Mailchimp is a great example of a very good UX and one of my favorite profu

  8. says:

    Very well written from various members of their teams I loved the list of recommendations at the end of the book I

  9. says:

    Lots of great advice on a project from start to 'finish' Great tips throughout as well

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