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Experience Diagram's UX Tales of Terror!

Allison Casey Digital Marketing Director, Partner
Published on October 26, 2016

Short fictional stories by Dennis Kardys that are sure to horrify anyone who publishes website content, creates UI, or deals with UX design.

This Halloween, we've got a treat for you: we're publishing a series of stories by our own Dennis Kardys that are sure to terrify anyone who publishes website content, creates user interfaces, or deals with the changing demands of user experience (UX) design. Follow the links below, and prepare to be scared out of your web browser:

UX Tales of Terror #1: The Empty Nest


Lila thought she had found amazing new content formatting capabilities. Little did she know that her discovery would lead to her doom...

UX Tales of Terror #2: Below the Fold


Brad thought he could regain the prominence that he deserved on his website, but little did he know the fate that awaited him...

UX Tales of Terror #3: The Feature Creep


When 13 of the organization’s brightest minds get together to create the ultimate Portal, they unknowingly unleash the ancient terror known as The Feature Creep!

Please stay tuned to this blog; we'll be adding additional spooky tales up through Halloween. We hope you survive these encounters with true UX horror. Please let us know in the comments below if you think these stories will be keeping you up at night!