Three Things I’ve Realized about UX While Riding My Bike to Work

September 8, 2014

As I approach my 30s, I’m trying to integrate new habits into my life. Luckily, I live in New York City, where potential new habits wait around every street corner. One of the newest habits I’ve picked up is biking to work on a regular basis, which has now become my main method of transportation around the city.

I get to work 15 minutes faster, avoid the overly cramped subways, and enjoy the city scenery while feeling the rush of wind on my face. Now that I am an experienced biker, there is something exhilarating about having free range to zip around the city wherever I want. However, in the beginning, this freedom was not something I took advantage of or even wanted. At first, I was completely focused on the rules of the road while riding because I had to be. I was dealing with a lot of new variables I hadn’t thought about or experienced more
By Andres Bohorquez


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