The culmination of two years’ work by the Pistoia Alliance project team, the UXLS Toolkit provides material on UX education, methods and use cases compiled especially for life scientists. It is pitched at busy UX specialists, in silico analysts and bench scientists in an easily, accessible self-help style who all need better software. UX for Life Sciences Toolkit was created to enable businesses to adopt UX principles and methods as they develop scientific software.
In the third of four blogs SSI Fellow, Meag Doherty, speaks about RSE's experience with UX design following a week of talks and meetups in London and Cambridge. She shares tales of negative experiences and what we can do about it.
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