Case Studies

UX Case Studies help communicate design thinking for past projects to potential clients and employers.

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    4 Tips for Structuring Design Case Studies

    Your guide to creating a 🔥design portfolio

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    How to write the beginning of your UX case study

    Writing your portfolio UX case studies is easier when you follow a simple structure: a beginning, a middle and an end part.

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    Houzz: A UX Case Study

    How changing “Houzz” can inspire you to change your home style

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    UX Collective's Curated Case Studies

    Curated stories on user experience, usability, and product design case studies.

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    How to create the perfect structure for a UX case study

    UX case studies form the core content of a UX professional’s portfolio. They are essential to getting you hired.

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    Why you should be writing UX case studies

    Portfolios are outdated. The classic agency model is dead.

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    How to Write Project Case Studies for Your Portfolio

    Case studies are the most important part of your portfolio. Learn how to write one from Tobias Van Schneider.

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    A look into the design thinking of the App Design

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    Product Case Studies

    A flexible framework to organize exploration of product-market challenges

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    Here’s how Drift customers are adopting conversational marketing and sales and grow their business.

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    Petcy Case Study

    A Step-by-Step Guide to the Process of Designing a Pet Diet App

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    Case Study Club

    Learn how people design digital products. A weekly newsletter of the best UI/UX design case studies delivered to your inbox every Monday.

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    UI/UX case study for the New York Times app

    Concept case study on solving design problems for New York Times.

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    Case Study on Wikipedia

    Acase study is a research method involving an up-close, in-depth, and detailed examination of a subject of study, as well as its related contextual conditions.