Hey guys found a really cool infographic about UX Jobs. This is information is based on results from the U.S but it is still quite interesting to read about what could possibly become our careers in the near future. The part I found the most interesting was the last part which talks about the tools of the trade. This section has the potential of helping us at the moment, as it has a list of programs we can use to carry out research, design work and prototyping. Looking at all these different programs and testing them will really bring our exploration and analysis marks up an most importantly give us the most effective tool to be enable us to deliver an app that is most suited to our audience.
Check the link out. There are other infographs on the site as well that relate to UX design.
Guide to UX careers: Tools of the trade
Been doing a little research on infographics. Found a lot that I really like on a website called designlov. http://designlov.com. The main thing I like about the infographs on the site is that they are simple and easy to understand. I looked at other graphs on other sites and they are quite difficult to read, as there is too much information on the pages. In our case I think its a good idea to keep our graphs as minimal as possible, but at the same time making sure the graph is communicating what we want it to communicate. Below are some of my favorite graphs. I plan to try out my own graphs using some of the facts we collected earlier.
Infographic of Infographics
Sue also gave me a few links to other good examples. These are a lot different from the ones above, but still quite a good reference.