Welcome to all the new members in this group! We're glad you're here.
Let's start the week off right by sharing some UX pro tips.
What is one important tip you've learning along the way?
I personally am a huge fan of utilizing customizable hex color codes for my charts on UX pages, and didn't know this was possible until only a few months ago. If you have a chart set up in the UX, you can click on the color and input a custom code to change it to any color/shade that you want.
This allows more customization as well as the added benefit of differentiating your pages from others'. Don't get me wrong, I like the default blue/purple look of the UX charts, but how many times have you seen that when opening a page? Seeing something new and flashy can draw someone's attention more than you'd think.
This is the website I generally use to discover the hex code I'd like to use: Link
For me it's having a white board and a pen!
Nothing beats drawing up drafts with people in a room.