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Abhay lives and works in The Netherlands and work as a User Experience Analyst for the non-profit educational foundation- The International Baccalaureate and helps the organization create and deliver easy to use digital services to its customers.
He has lead the creation of award winning banking websites and intranets for organizations like Standard Chartered and IE Singapore, as well as for others digital products for Harvard, Visa and more.
His work has made it to the frontpage and been in the top 5% most viewed presentations of SlideShare, and has had his websites, articles, tools and resources published, included, tweeted and linked by Microsoft, Axure, Smashing Magazine, Morae and more. His websites, popular in the UX community, have been featured for their aesthetic design and universal web design technique in the web design books- “The Designer’s Web Handbook: What You Need to Know to Create for the Web” and “The Web Designer’s Idea Book, Volume 2: More of the Best Themes, Trends and Styles in Website Design”.
He is driven in his commitment to disseminating useful knowledge that enables UX practitioners all over the world to provide services of greater value, thereby improving the human condition. His passion lies in the creation, identification, separation and amplification of quality content.
What People Say About The UX Bookmark and it’s Curated Content
“UX books, videos. Awesome resources with in-depth info. Well maintained.”
— Interdisciplinary Computing Blog in “UX (and related) Education Listings
“Thanks for this very concrete description of the methodology. And also for the citation. UX Bookmark always does a great job of providing useful and documented content.”
— Kim Forthofer
“The ratio of awesomeness to time is too many. // RT @KISSmetrics: A huge list of Style Guides and #UI Guidelines http://kiss.ly/9Ytess”
— Bryan Jones
“The UX Bookmark – UX books, videos. Awesome resources with in-depth info. Well maintained.”
— Interdisciplinary Computing Blog
“Super duper resource: RT @conetrees The UX Bookmark » A monster list of UI Guidelines/ Style Guides http://bit.ly/c2gbkv” via @smashingmag”
— Donna Vitan
“Great site with lots of UX resources!”
“Everything I’m looking for at my fingertips”
— From survey feedback
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“Over 50 Style, UX & UI guideline links and resources http://bit.ly/aE38sc #actuallyusefullink #thatsafirst”
“Extensive and useful list. RT @smashingmag The UX Bookmark: list of style guides and UI Guidelines http://bit.ly/dzIbXe (via @KISSmetrics)”
— Christina Mercando
“While every business is different, I would check out the UX Bookmark for a wonderful collection of specific company UX guidelines.”
— Kathleen Keating and Marli Mesibov in UX Design vs. Web Design
“To highlight the most relevant points, a style guide is simply a formalized compilation of the look and feel for your site, so that designers and developers have a quick reference guide. For some professional examples, The UX Bookmark lists some useful online samples including Apple, Android, and even Heineken.”