8 Checklists for UX Best Practices

Whether you’re preparing for an interview, developing your unique design process, or just looking to brush up on your knowledge, these UX design checklists will come in handy:

01. Humane by Design

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A resource that provides guidance for designing ethically humane digital products through patterns focused on user well-being.

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02. Design Principles

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An open-source collection of Design Principles and methods from brands like Airbnb, Adobe, Asana, eBay, and Google.

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03. UX Myths

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UX Myths collects the most frequent user experience misconceptions and explains why they don’t hold true.

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04. Guide to User Research

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A curated collection of 250+ resources & tools dedicated to user research, that will help you incorporate it into your design practice.

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05. Checklist Design

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The one-stop website for juniors to learn and define their process, and a for seniors to brush up on their knowledge.

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06. Laws of UX

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Laws of UX is a collection of best practices that designers can consider when building user interfaces.

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07. Netguru

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A free online ebook that will help you understand the design process and improve the quality of your work.

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08. UX Project Checklist

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A structured checklist that encompasses the entire design process, from research and planning to nice-to-haves and analysis.

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Showcase your knowledge of best practices!

The best way to showcase your knowledge of best practices and your skills in action is through case studies. This format tells the story of your design, step-by-step. When writing a case study, make sure that you’re not simply defining UX methods! Instead, you should show how these methods contributed to the next step and the outcome.

The best tool for this is UXfolio!

This portfolio-building tool is developed with designers in mind. It comes with features such as password protection for case studies, text ideas, guiding questions, and stunning galleries to showcase your work. Try UXfolio for free!

UX career expert & creative @UXfolio. I've been participating in and writing about UX design for 4 years. In my free time, I read, listen to opera, and work out.

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A typical mistake I see in UX portfolios is lack of content explaining their contribution to the effort, the images are only the final product and not the process to get there.

UX is very much about strategy and if the person is not showing how they got from A to B, they appear to be another UI trying to move into a UX role.

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