What being a Surgyy Design Author means?

Surgyy Design Labs is a Top Ranked & Award Winning UX Design Agency – focused on solving business problems with Design.

Our extensive work history solving some challenging UX problems speaks about our expertise.

As a Guest author on Surgyy Design Blog, you will have a dedicated public URL eg:
https://blog.surgyy.com/yourname

You will also receive a Guest Author Badge to showcase on your online & offline profiles.

We take in authors who can add valuable UX or Product Design insights here.

Please feel free to drop us a note!


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    Frequently Asked by Guest Authors

    Please Note

    Difference by Design is a multi-blog community for Experts to share their personal views & experiences on UX & Design related topics.

    This is not meant for Marketing purposes & we don’t Offer Do-Follow Backlinks for Guest Authors

    Category of Posts

    This category is about core Design principles, focused on User Experience alongside the overall Product Landscape. Here bloggers can talk about their learnings with respect to core Design concepts or how it is best applied to Products.

    This category is about getting the right process, and creating an ever winning Design & UX Strategy. Here bloggers can talk about their learnings with the overall Design Process, what works or what doesn’t. With a range of noise on UX Processes, we believe this category is much more interesting.

    This category talks about improving Performance of Products, though mostly aligned on Design. We consider this category to be slightly broader. Also this category can provide a common ground for Designers & Business folks to share their ideas across each other.

    More Writers FAQs

    Our Guest Bloggers get an Author Badge & a public URL to showcase their work. However, all links on our blogs are no-follow & we don’t encourage excessive redirection in your blog page. Also we only allow a link to your LinkedIn Profile in the author page.

    No, there’s no payment to write an article here. We’re building a community & we help you get more exposure & feedback to your work.

    Along with giving you some push to write & structure your learnings further.

    No, we don’t take promotional articles – anymore. Your article should be structured towards providing Design & problem solving insights.

    And we don’t provide Do Follow links as well for SEO

    We don’t have any specific topics in mind, mainly needs to be around UX & Design.

    Throwing a few areas to get some ideas flowing:

    • Details about Specific UX Processes & Frameworks
    • Tips & Techniques on Structuring UX Processes or your work
    • Difference between certain concepts or structures – what their right use could be
    • Details on using Figma better, evaluation of Tools
    • UX Research & User Testing related insights or tips for execution
    • Inspirational Designs or specific examples of things
    • Designing for elderly or kids, demographics, etc
    • Your experiences & journey
    • Working with different teams & challenges

    – Internationalization, etc.

    Here are some suggestions. If you’ve a particular concept or thought in might, let’s say we call it – <my-thoughts-process>

    Blog titles could be like:

    • 3 Ways to create <my-thoughts-process>
    • 5 Common Challenges in <my-thoughts-process>
    • How can you make <my-thoughts-process> better next time
    • <my-thoughts-process> : Expectations Vs Reality
    • Why 1 out of 3 <my-thoughts-process> fail
    • <my-thoughts-process> A guide to success
    • Getting <my-thoughts-process> right
    • Some Exceptional examples of <my-thoughts-process>

    Sponsoring a Contest & Design Community Reviews

    We plan to run Blog contests to further grow the community & a Sponsor would gain visibility.

    • The contest would have a valuable price for Designers (across geographies)
    • The contest can have a theme that relates to the sponsors offering
    • The participating designers would also review the usability of the Sponsor’s product as part of the contest
    • Social media shares to hashtag the contest keyword
    • Winners chosen based evaluation
    • Complementary PR Submission made on the completion of the contest
    • Final Reports & Visibility shared with the sponsor

    Well designers go through various UX discussions & problem solving. Looking through either prototypes or inspirations in their day. Most UXers today are educated with sound research knowledge as well.

    Getting feedback from a Design community can be more valuable in comparison to other Unmoderated User Testing Techniques.

    In case you want to conduct highly targeted moderated User Tests, please our services on surgyy.com

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