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Good Ux By Gmail: Reminder For Access Rights To A Shared Drive Link 27 views

Nishith Gupta, Co-Founder, UXHack (uxhack.co) | 19 Sep 2018
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Most of the collaboration happens online these days be it on Google Drive, Dropbox or others. And probably link sharing over email is one of the most commonly used feature. However, I have often had not such a good experiences where someone has... Read more


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Amazon Brings In Single Page Payment Flow 273 views

Akshay Kanade, Co-Founder at UX Hack | 16 Aug 2018
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I noticed Amazon modifying its payment flow. Previously the flow needed the user to navigate through two pages after clicking ‘Buy now’


But now, if your address is preselected Amazon shows a slider on the same page where only C... Read more


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Linkedin: Maximum Limit For Images In A Post 26 views

Akshay Kanade, Co-Founder at UX Hack | 20 Jul 2018
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Linkedin has a limit on the number of photos that can be uploaded in a post. However, this limit is neither shown externally not documented (or searchable via Google). 

The user only comes to know when more images than the limit are ... Read more


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Wmg: Easy Shortlist Option Missing 78 views

Abha Pandey, Human Computer Interaction-UX Designer | Toastmaster | Product Manager | 14 Jun 2018
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I recently completed the UX study of WMG (WedMeGood) mobile app, and a recurring missing interactive functionality is the ability to quickly shortlist or remove from shortlist, any item on the site.

The purpose of the app is to collect th... Read more


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Yatra: Recent Search Feature Placement 61 views

Nishith Gupta, Co-Founder, UXHack (uxhack.co) | 07 Jun 2018
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Yatra has a 'recent search' feature which gets populated when you start searching for options.

This feature is a good utility, as typically most users do not complete their transaction in just a single search. However, I feel the placemen... Read more



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FAQ - for Companies

UX Hack provides a hackathon platform to improve your product. As the name suggests, you can use this platform to build and refine the User Experience of your product in hackathon style. You can host virtual challenges on our platform to get some real solutions or to identify right talent through screening. We bring together two critical pieces of hackathons for you - the community (existing and aspiring Product Managers and UX Designers) and the technology to manage it end-to-end.

Though UX is broad based, some of the problem areas we can help you with are:


  • Improving existing user journey for more sign ups, transactions.
  • Improving your website's navigation
  • Improving the Information Architecture (IA)
  • Identification of new features and user flows for retention and engagement

Being a community driven platform, we bring in additional moderation in which we work with company to define the problem statement and expected response format.
We will reject all submissions that don't adhere to a response format. The idea of a hackathon is to get multiple solutions at a high level, choose best ones and then have the option to engage the same talent and iterate.

You can see a profile only when you have accepted/rejected a solution to help you evaluate a solution in an unbiased way.

The solutions that get submitted will only be visible to the company and the contributor who has submitted it.

There is no standard trial available however once you register, we can discuss your exact requirements and accordingly take it from there.

FAQ - for Contributors

You can Sign Up using LinkedIn here.
We will review your profile and once approved, will make it active.

We typically look for professionals who either are active Product Managers or UX Designers or who have done a course/certification on the same.