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Issue #18: Designing for younger audiences and lessons learned from UX research.

Hi everyone! Earlier this week I facilitated usability tests on a product intended for users between
Issue #18: Designing for younger audiences and lessons learned from UX research.
By Jonathan Kochis • Issue #18 • View online
Hi everyone! Earlier this week I facilitated usability tests on a product intended for users between the ages of 14 and 18. I noticed a difference in familiarity with certain design patterns between younger participants and older participants and thought I’d share a few articles that discuss designing for younger age groups.
Also in this issue I’ve included an excellent new post from Brian Frank covering some of what he’s learned doing UX research.
Enjoy!
- Jonathan

Designing for Younger Age Groups
The Generation Gap of Snapchat: UX for Different Age Groups
Designing for Young Adults (Ages 18–25)
Prototypes for kids: design thinking for younger users
Lessons From UX Research
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Brian Frank for over a year now and enjoyed reading his take on some important things he’s learned from UX research. Designers: Pay special attention to the lesson about methods and tools not being the answer. Doing the work matters most!
Some Lessons Learned Doing UX Research
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