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Written UX Design Briefs
Using the written UX design briefs is an excellent way to practice UX design. Especially after you have practiced using the FakeClients generators, these written practice briefs are a great way to challenge yourself a bit more. Besides the UX design briefs, you can also try out working on one from the many other fields. You can use some of the briefs for free but to get access to all 202 briefs, upgrade your account.
As user experience design, or UX design in short, differs a lot from other fields of design, the UX design brief will also be much different compared to the logo design brief, for example. The UX design process often requires more research rather than designing specifically and a UX design brief will reflect that to aid the UX designer in their research. A UX design brief will, like any other design brief, give a detailed description of what the client is looking for which is also called the problem statement. In order to help the UX designer with their research into the best user experience for the client's end-user, a good UX design brief will also contain various important data regarding the client's users, their wishes, and their goals. This way, a UX designer can use this to optimize the design to fit the end-user's needs, which in turn will create a smoother experience for the end-user.