Imagine a TV show where UX specialists are invited to give feedback on a certain product, interface or experience. Yep, it already exists.
Expose UX is a YouTube show where product designers go on stage to demo their products to a group of UX specialists – Shark Tank style. The judges then comment on what they think works well and what can be improved on each part of the product.
Would be even better if they invited USERS to give feedback — wouldn’t it?
Here are some of my favorite episodes:
Trailer – First Season
Episode 2: Gruvi, an app for crowd-sourced music creation
Episode 4: CalcuQuote, an enterprise SaaS request-for-quote management system
Episode 5: Nectar, an online fresh produce store for people on food stamps
Episode 8: MystiKit, a site for easily purchasing all the necessary items for different crafts
Episode 9: PeerLink, an on-demand tutoring marketplace for high school students
Episode 12: Festive Roots, a subscription box service that teaches children the culture of different festivals around the world
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