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101 Consejos Aleatorios de UX – Elementos prácticos para principiantes y expertos.


Todo comenzó con un consejo al azar en línea, o por un arrebato apasionado si somos honestos. Will observó que algunos diseñadores realizan análisis competitivos en una etapa crítica del proceso de diseño, y necesitaba compartir sus pensamientos. El post se hizo viral en cuestión de horas y así fue como nació la serie “Consejos Aleatorios de UX”. Hasta el día de hoy, continúa publicando estos consejos para provecho de los diseñadores de todo el mundo. La última década como Diseñador Senior de UX liderando equipos y construyendo experiencias, le enseñó una gran cantidad de lecciones que sólo la experiencia podría impartir.

Unos meses más tarde, Will documentó 101 consejos útiles que cree que todo diseñador de interfaz o de experiencia de usuario debería conocer. Además, son realidades que él desearía conocer desde el principio de su carrera. Aunque el proceso de cada diseñador es diferente, hay ciertas verdades que resultan útiles en general para un viaje exitoso.

Las páginas de este libro están repletas de consejos prácticos, lecciones, técnicas, conceptos, ideas y trucos para que los diseñadores puedan entender y sobresalir en sus tareas en beneficio de la empresa, el usuario y – para el disfrute del diseñador. ¡Fue un placer para él organizar esto para todos ustedes y espera que lo encuentren útil y beneficioso mientras crean cosas asombrosas!

ENVÍO: ENERO 1, 2021

About the Author

William Ntim is a Senior UX Designer at The Home Depot. He has spent nearly a decade leading, creating and launching design solutions at small to large-sized corporations including HostGator, Farouk Systems, Cornell University, Ellie Mae, Zurvita, ScaleFactor and BoomWriter. Will is an entrepreneur and has founded companies including The Young Houston Magazine, and Pledgr. He invented the Square Neck T-Shirt and owns its US Design Patent.

He is a critical thinker with a frontend development background, a founder, speaker and a coach. In his downtime, he enjoys mentoring designers on best practices and the realities of a UX practitioner.

Companies I’ve worked for include:



Here are a few testimonials from designers across the world about how the Random UX Tips have been helpful to them:

William Ntim Love this! The dailyui challenge was really fun to work through without factoring in a great deal of functionality. Deep-diving into design systems has also definitely expanded my component-centered design knowledge. The design systems repo is fun to explore beyond the big name design systems! – Rachel W.

Thank you for sharing practice resources to keep our design skills up to par. It is so important to continue to practice and stay on top of trends and the user’s experiences as technology are so rapidly changing! – Brea G.

Yes, 100% YES. I’m still a UX/UI student, but public speaking is the skill I noticed that has played a big role throughout my learning experience as a designer. I have to continuously explain and talk about my designs, ideas and work to my mentor/colleagues. I was quite shy talking at first, but soon realized confidence is key to making lasting impressions, lasting impressions are due to inspiration created from great public speaking. -Lynete

Then after a killer presentation, *mic drop* 😉 Lol I feel like sometimes you’re speaking to me directly with these UX tips. Bc they always have immediate relevance. Just presented to some stakeholders yesterday asking for permission to interview. I’ve received some positive feedback, but there is always room to improve! -Veronica

Not just for UX, but for life in general. Thanks for the tips, keep them coming! -Ryan

“The future started yesterday, don’t be late.” -Hits me close to home; I don’t know why, but I needed this! Thank you!

This advice is totally rad. To date, we have yet to locate a single person that has crawled out of the womb as a seasoned UX Designer. Be proud of the battles you fought in your past that have forged the skills you bring to the table today. 💪 -Rob

That’s a great tip William Ntim ! Boosts my confidence while trying to shifting from an Exhibition Design background to a UX researcher profile! – Poorvi

I have made this mistake! And feeling the pain now.  As stated earlier by someone “Copy/Paste Syndrome” and now trying to slowly recover from it by positing he brand differently!  Thanks for the reminder! 🙂 -Blendi

Sample Random UX Tips

A few tips that spurred the entire series: