10 Best Ways to Use ChatGPT as a UX Designer

“Machine intelligence is the last invention that humanity will ever need to make.”

— Nick Bostrom, Swedish Philosopher

1. Data research

Prompt: “share demographic data of people in the UK that travel abroad”

2. Competitor analysis

Prompt: “who are Booking.com’s 5 biggest competitors”

3. User testing and interview scripts

Prompt: “generate a user interview script for a travel booking app”

4. Summarising data

Prompt: “summarise this user interview [insert text]”

5. User personas

Prompt “generate 3 user personas for a travel booking app”

6. User flows

Prompt: “generate user flow for a travel booking app”

7. UX flaws

Prompt: “what are the biggest UX flaws in travel booking apps”

8. Inspiration

Prompt: “how should a luxury travel landing page look?”

9. Design systems

Prompt: “generate documentation for a design system for a primary button. Include: anatomy, states and placement. Add a table with anatomy that shows tokens (size, font, colour) Add a table with the states like default, clicked, hover, active, focus, and disabled. Describe these states with design token (colour, font)

10. UI copy

Prompt: “reword this to sound friendly and approachable [insert text]”

BONUS: Coding

Within the design system conversation, I then added the prompt: “generate code samples”

“It’s important to note that ChatGPT is a tool, and its output should be used as a starting point for further refinement and editing, rather than being used directly in a final design.”

— ChatGPT

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