How to Create Effective UX Case Studies with Aristotle’s 7 Elements of Storytelling

So, you want to create case studies for your UX design portfolio. But what kinds of UX case studies should you write? And how do you make them targeted and strong? After all, irrelevant and weak case studies are one of the most common mistakes in UX design portfolios, according to the prototyping tool UXPin. Thankfully, you can use the Greek philosopher Aristotle’s 7 elements of storytelling to craft relevant and compelling UX case studies. Let’s find out how. In 335 BCE, Aristotle wrote Poetics, the earliest surviving work of dramatic theory. In it, he laid out 7 elements of

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