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Marcus Bruzzo
Aug 30, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

Recognition vs. recall: Leveraging cognitive processes in user interfaces

Marcus Bruzzo Marcus holds a Master Degree in Semiotics of Culture and in Media and Audiovisual Processes. Graduate degrees in Social History of Art and Communication and Semiotics. Marcus is Coordinator of Design and Digital Experience (UX) at FTD Educação, one of the biggest educational publishing companies in the world.

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Automating the Mundane: 4 Tools in AI for UX Research

Automating the mundane: 4 AI tools to improve UX research

In this article, we discuss the common bottlenecks of UX researching, examine the role of AI for UX research, and explore the best AI tools to better UX research.

Iwalola Sobowale
Jun 24, 2024 ⋅ 6 min read
Using AI for no-code design: Introducing Fronty

Using AI for no-code design: Introducing Fronty

In this article, we’ll explore the state of no-code design with AI. We’ll then discuss Fronty, its features, and how to use them practically by converting several Figma design frames into live webpages.

Shalitha Suranga
Jun 21, 2024 ⋅ 9 min read
Why user research needs to evolve

Why user research needs to evolve

As we approach an inflection in the evolution of user research, it’s important to unpack its expansive role in catalyzing innovation.

Sahibzada Mayed
Jun 18, 2024 ⋅ 4 min read
Using AI to generate alt text

Using AI to generate alt text

Alt text describes images for visually impaired individuals and broken images that don’t load correctly. AI can help generate this text.

Allie Paschal
Jun 17, 2024 ⋅ 9 min read
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