2014 UXPA Salary Survey results are now available

The results of the 2014 UXPA Salary Survey are in.  Over 1300 respondents from 58 countries completed the survey.  Special thanks to our sponsor, Measuring Usability, and to volunteers Elisa Kaplan Miller, Ken Becker, Jeff Sauro, and Jennifer Romano-Bergstrom for continuing to offer this great member benefit!

The public version of the survey results report is now available!  A members-only full version will be available soon.

About UXPA Membership

The User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) is an international association devoted to assisting new and established professionals in the user experience disciplines.Through networking, publications, conferences and classes, UXPA can help you hone your skills and deepen your involvement in the UX community.

Making Hard Choices - UXPA 2014

Just how do we select which 25% of our amazing submissions to include in the program for the annual conference? Deliberately and with great care. When so many submissions meet our strict quality standards, we must evaluate each one carefully to produce an exciting program that includes a broad mixture of relevant topics that are both current and meaningful to attendees. 

Susan Farrell and Jakob Nielsen publish free User Experience Careers report

On March 11, Susan Farrell announced the publication of a report about User Experience Careers, based on a survey of people working in interaction design, user experience research, and information architecture.  According to Susan, they hope that the report "will be useful to students, academic advisors, or people interviewing for UX Positions".  The report answers the question "What is user experience, why are these professions worth considering, and how should I prepare to enter the field?"

UXPA is proud to share a link to the report.  You can access it here:

President’s Corner (Feb, 2014): Beyond UXPA: Connect with the wider UX world

It goes without saying that we at UXPA want to engage with you.  Both UXPA International and our UXPA chapters have a lot to offer.  But don’t stop there.  If you’re already involved with UXPA, don’t limit yourself to UXPA events or to a single affiliation.

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2014 UXPA Salary Survey results are now available

The results of the 2014 UXPA Salary Survey are in.  Over 1300 respondents from 58 countries completed the survey.  Special thanks to our sponsor, Measuring Usability, and to volunteers Elisa Kaplan Miller, Ken Becker, Jeff Sauro, and Jennifer Romano-Bergstrom for continuing to offer this great member benefit!

The public version of the survey results report is now available!  A members-...

DATE: November 11 2014 - 7:30pm

Call for UXPA 2015 Reviewers!

The committee needs your help in reviewing submissions for the 2015 UXPA International conference. You will have the chance to provide feedback on a variety of submissions, which will be used to determine the conference program. Don't miss this opportunity to make an impact - take 5 minutes to complete this survey!

DATE: September 17 2014 - 1:25pm

About UXPA Membership

The User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) is an international association devoted to assisting new and established professionals in the user experience disciplines.Through networking, publications, conferences and classes, UXPA can help you hone your skills and deepen your involvement in the UX community.

Our members are employed in a wide variety of disciplines, including ...

DATE: July 03 2013 - 5:04pm

World Usability Day 2014

November 13th, 2014: The Year of Engagement

User Experience is all about engagement. Technology, products and services are usable when they engage people. At work we strive to engage with those around us—whether they’re users, colleagues, or stakeholders. It means getting people on board with an idea, earning trust, and working toward mutual goals. We all know how...

DATE: November 13 2014 - 11:00am
DATE: October 20 2014 - 3:27am
BY:
Gerry Gaffney

Journal of Usability Studies - Volume 9, Issue 4

The latest issue of JUS has three peer-reviewed articles: A thought-provoking essay that compares the rapid growth in information technology to the relatively unchanged basic capabilities of humans, a technique for using distribution of task time data to diagnose uusability problems, and a paper showing the value of segmenting participants in a usability test.

DATE: September 16 2014 - 8:55pm
BY:
Gerry Gaffney

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  • A subscription to the online version of User Experience magazine;
  • Professional networking through our chapters around the world;
  • Discounts to our annual conference;
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