Why has so much human-centered design lost its humanity? Maybe it was when we all stopped saying “user experience” in favor of less humanized “UX.” Or, maybe it’s that large web and application design projects are too often starved for time and/or budget. Follow these five rules when evaluating your UX decisions.
As much as users don’t like reading or agreeing to a TOS, it’s unlikely they will go away anytime soon. Check out our tips on how to write one that doesn’t suck.
Are you in the process of starting a user-centric design department? Or are you re-designing a user-centric design department? From our experience, here are 3 keys elements you need to consider.
3 counterintuitive tips for a successful digital transformation. Digital transformation seems to be the catchphrase of the year. More and more, we receive requests from potential new clients asking for assistance with just that. But as it was with SEO in 2010, or apps in 2012, many of those requesters treat the idea of a digital transformation as something of a one-off effort. A box to be checked. Mostly a digital property purchased or redesigned. …
The right idea with unintended implications The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect recently. Even if you don’t directly do business in Europe, undoubtedly, many of the services you rely upon to do work and communicate with potential customers do, and as such, it will certainly impact how any marketer manages opt-ins and permissions domestically. Though more interesting to me than the impact on marketing practices, per se, is how …
There’s an amazing amount of inspiring content being developed and distributed on the topics of innovation and design—much of it available free of charge! Let’s take a look at the tip of this great educational iceberg.
In this fourth installment in our Gen Z Revealed series, we look how growing up in the age of social media affects their approach to finding new friends, news and truth.
In this episode of Brilliant, Justin and Justin discuss the value of prototyping in the design process. They cover various levels of fidelity (low, medium & high), why you would choose between those levels and the relative value of each.
In this third installment of our Gen Z Revealed series, we look at how this demographic cohort envisions the many threats, opportunities and careers they predict are waiting for them in the decades to come.