About UXExchange – Q&A Site for UX Professionals


About UX Exchange

UX Exchange is a User Experience (UX) Q & A site. You can register if you want to collect reputation points and win valuable flair that will appear next to your name, but otherwise, it’s just free to post and answer questions.

Purpose of UXExchange

The goal is to build a community lead, authoritative resource on the User Experience disciplines:

  • A place where people new to our industry can ask questions about best practice and approaches to user experience.
  • A place where experienced practitioners can help teach new skill and learn from each other.

Like Stack Overflow (the platform this site is build on) We don’t run UX Exchange, the community does, it is collaboratively built and maintained by them.

  • If you like a question or answer up vote it
  • If you don’t down vote it

UX Exchange will become increasingly more valuable when there is a consensus on good information. Which will serve the community for the future.

Reputation

Once the system and the community (through reputation points) learns to trust you, you’ll be able to edit anything, much like Wikipedia. With your help, we can build good answers to every imaginable UX related question together. No matter whether you specialise in:

  • Usability Accessibility
  • Information Architecture
  • Interaction design
  • Accessibility

A collaborative better informed user experience community is our goal.  

So please join us by asking a question, (any question all we ask is that it’s UX related) or by providing an answer to one and soon you can play your part in building our world wide community. I for one will look forward to seeing you there 🙂

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UXExchange.com – Come and participate.


Introducing UX Exchange, a StackOverflow style Q&A site for User Experience professionals.

UX Exchange is a User Experience (UX) Q & A site that’s free. Free to ask questions, free to answer questions and free to read. You can register if you want to collect reputation points and win valuable flair that will appear next to your name, but otherwise, it’s just free.

Like StackOverflow (the platform this site is build on) We don’t run UX Exchange. You do, it is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow practitioners. Once the system learns to trust you, you’ll be able to edit anything, much like Wikipedia. With your help, we can build good answers to every imaginable UX related question together. No matter whether you specialise in:

  • Usability
  • Accessibility
  • Information Architecture
  • Interaction design

A better more collaborative user experience community is our goal.

I’ve been using stackoverflow for programming Q&A’s since the beta and now that they’ve launched Stack Exchange (the platform that powers stackoverflow) I’ve decided to get off my arse and build a site for the the user experience community.

My goal is to make it the resource to go to for all your UX Q&A’s but obviously we need to reach a critical mass so even though there are a few design quirks (we need a logo for one thing) I’m anxious to get going.

So please join me in making UXExchange.com a success.