UX is User Experience. When related to website design it is essentially how the design affects the behavior of the user when viewing the site, in various ways…..usability, accessibility, relevance, and desirability. To put it simply this is a wholly integrated design approach through the entire process, including aspects of branding, color, design, usability, and functionality. Here we have selected some UX designer portfolios that you can peruse at your leisure and they are worth it. Maybe you are looking for a top designer to create your new, exciting site or maybe a designer wanting to find examples of good practice and inspiration, either way, enjoy our selection.
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Prague based Creative Mints focus on branding, games, graphic design UI, and illustration. Creative mind Mike has a huge 17 years’ experience in this field. The brand enjoys fusing Design with Art and photography. A very varied portfolio.
Gloria Lo is based in Sydney has a limited but nonetheless interesting site. A relatively new self-taught designer she could be worth keeping an eye on.
Product design specialist Elise Fu from New York has a site that contains her resume and blog alongside her personal about page and examples of work done. She’s been UX designing for 4 years after previously working in Digital Marketing. Her portfolio contains examples and detail about the process of these projects.
Remote designer Buzz Usborne has previously contributed to and led design teams such major companies as Atlassian, Campaign Monitor, Skype, Sendle, and a number of start-ups and agencies in Europe and Australia. He is now a chief designer at Help Scout. His portfolio shows work from all these stages of his career and give a fascinating insight into the project briefs worked on and the creative process.
Jenn Stack has been working as a UX designer for over 4 years and her portfolio breaks down her projects into project background, her role, the product, a style guide, and the design process. It’s a varied selection form Dating Apps to Carpentry.
Joshua Taylor has helped and designed for many companies including features for Airbnb, Evernote Web Apps, and Penultimate for iPad, as well as Android and iOS apps. On his site, you can view case studies of selected projects.
Liz Wells is currently a UX designer at Stink Studios, with experience of a wide range of brands in music, health care, technology, fashion, media, and nonprofit organizations. She has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, and been recognized by amongst others The New York Times, Awwwards, and Time magazine. She was also one of Adobe’s designers to watch in 2019.
Husam Elfaki is currently working for Chelsea FC and has worked alongside Bowers & Wilkins, British Airways, Nike, Rolls-Royce, Samsung, and others. Her portfolio features some of these companies and gives insight into the color schemes, layout, fonts selected.
Most recently Ed Chao has been working on Microsoft Dropbox and for Apple. This site is solely dedicated to his portfolio of work showing some great examples.
Daniel Korpai’s background in International Business and marketing psychology is ideal for UX design. At present working for InVision, this site explains the design process and showcases products.
Jake Doering is head of product design at Plato, having well over 5 years of experience in UX design. The site and portfolio highlight case studies and takes you on a personal trip through his work on these projects.
Erik Byue has done work for Facebook, not featured here due to privacy reasons, as well as fitness trackers, music, and personal sites. You can follow his process and ideas by clicking on the portfolio listings.
Since graduating in 2014 Peter Chang has worked with computers, more recently adapting to UX design. In 2019 he was selected as one of the 50 essential UX portfolio by UX collective. You can view some of his projects here.
Luminous is an Athens, Greece based design group and this site shows you what can be done by working together. The project of this portfolio are as numerous as they are diverse,
From bags to bottles and plenty in between.
Another team based studio is Outcrowd from California. With up to 50 employees their work contain specialties in various areas. The portfolio shows a small but interesting selection of apps and eCommerce solutions.
Studio Star is a Serbian team that doesn’t just limit themselves to UX design but works in all areas of web design and their portfolio shows their flexibility and showcases the work they have done.
Italian Sandro Ieva is located in Hamburg, Germany, and has a very cool and attractive portfolio site with a select group of projects that represent what can be done with Ux design and other areas such as animation. Each project is accompanied by a comprehensive illustrated guide through concepts, ideas, and creative process.
The UX Designers featured here are just a snapshot of the global talent out there. We’ve selected some of our favorites from around the world but we are open to hear about others. Some have worked with world-famous clients, others did more personal projects the common theme here is simply quality.
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