UX Myths collects and debunks common misconceptions in user experience design. It presents over 30 “myths” that are frequently believed but have been disproven by research. Each myth is briefly described, such as “Simple = minimal” or “People are rational.” The goal is to help UX designers make evidence-based decisions rather than relying on untested assumptions. Additional resources are provided, including posters summarizing the myths. Zoltán Gócza and Zoltán Kollin run the site and aim to separate fact from fiction in UX in a concise, blog-like format.