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Nate Schutta – Choosing Which Mobile Experience to Build Live!

By now, companies know they need to be “on mobile.” But should that experience be a native app, a mobile web app, or something in between? The answer rarely is such a simple choice. And if you’ve ever entered into mobile discussions with a series of stakeholders, it may seem impossible to reach consensus.

Ben Callahan – Dissecting Design Live!

Many teams follow a linear design process with a big reveal—ta-da!—once the aesthetics, layout, and flow are “ready” for client feedback.
Weeks later, the front-end developer enters to turn an approved design into a responsive site that functions perfectly across devices.
Now imagine showing clients your work in Week 1. How would everyone respond to unpolished designs?

Why Service Design Matters

Creating delightful cross-channel experiences Service design is all about creating the best user experience regardless of the touch point. It brings all channels together – brick and mortar, call centers, and online to create a seamless, delightful experience for your customer. Why Service Design Matters Engagement: See how your customer interacts across various channels Unity: […]

Toronto UX Designers – Hear about UX Journey Stories from Local UX Talent

Mark your calendar and join us November 20 in Toronto for UX Thursday. This one day event focuses on some very cool UX work that’s happening right in Toronto. Six top local speakers share their UX journey’s on real-world UX projects. You’ll also hear keynotes from Jared Spool talking about Building a Winning UX Strategy […]

A Conference Addressing Top Design Challenges for Startups

Exciting stuff! Warm Gun Conference—where top-notch designers tell all about the challenges of design in the startup world. Mark your calendar for December 4, 2014 and join us in San Francisco. Hear 16 thought leaders reveal company stories of overcoming UX difficulties and lessons learned in the world of startups. Don’t miss your chance to meet the gang leading this charge. […]

UIEtips: Execution is Everything

There are thousands of good ideas thrown about daily, but to execute just one good idea takes considerable effort. It requires that a team stays focused and in tune with the goal. It requires a system for execution – OKRs. That’s what Christina Wodtke brings in this week’s article. After we first heard Christina talk […]

UIEtips: Selecting Typefaces for Body Text

Choosing the body content font type for your web site is no easy task. With so many choices, how do you know if what you have is the most eye catching, aesthetically pleasing, and meets accessibility standards? Tim Brown to the rescue with today’s UIEtips article, Selecting Typefaces for Body Text. If you’ve ever wished […]

Resources around Typography

Typography resources to help in your designs You know that feeling when you look at a web site and think everything looks just right? It flows well, there’s a nice balance of white space, and it’s easy on to the eyes. Perhaps you may not realize it but it’s likely that the type plays a […]

UIEtips: How Agile UX Can Be a Cost Effective Approach

In this week’s UIEtips, we reprint an article from Jared Spool. In it, he shares ideas on getting low-cost iterations into your Agile development process. Jared also makes the case that UX-focused design is a team sport. If you’re looking for more on tying UX design and your Agile process together, then you’re going to […]

Making UX Work with Agile Scrum Teams – Our September 18 Virtual Seminar

Where does UX design fit into sprints? How do companies let go of Waterfall methodology? If you’re struggling to confidently and clearly answer either of these questions, then it’s time to register for Aviva Rosenstein’s seminar. You’ll learn how to clarify roles and responsibilities, and more effectively track and estimate UX work. You’ll also hear […]