My classmate, Russ, is a brilliant man.

I showed him the UXMas page, and instantly starting singing pure inspiration.


Song: We Wish You a Merry UX-mas

We wish you a merry UX-mas
We wish you a merry UX-mas
We wish you a merry UX-mas
And a snappy (n)UI

Your fonts a disgrace
You’re taking too much space
We wish you a merry UX-mas
And a snappy (n)UI


Oh give us some user testing
How much are we investing
So give us some user testing
And bring them right now


Oh give us some color swatches
Stop sitting on your haunches
Your color is full of blotches
So fix it right now



@BraydnDegraw - That’s awesome!


I’ve finally caught up! I want to say nice job everyone and a shout out to @dougcollins, Cory Lebson, and @mattymcg for exemplary content for my morning reads today.

Is it just me, or does the Santa/Fireplace scene at the bottom of the UX-Mas pages look like there’s a “easter egg” to find in it? (Edit: Nevermind, I found one) :slight_smile:


Thanks Braydn! Glad you enjoyed it :slight_smile: I had four other historical UX disasters picked out to write about, and will be putting all four into a lengthier article at some point (though with my work on the #LetsFixBoardingProject, my book on UX Niches, and two upcoming Skillshare classes, I’m not sure when that will be). I’ll be sure to let you know when it’s ready!


Do you have any other articles you have already written that you wouldn’t mind sharing with me?


Sure! Here are a few resources:


Oooooh. Christmas has come early this year!!

Thanks Doug!