Archive for the 'Design Process' topic

A UX Advantage Podcast with Jared Spool: Gaining Executive Support

Organizational change must be top down and bottom up. How do UX and design leaders influence the way executives make product and technology decisions? What defines true support as opposed to just lip service to a great experience?

Building a Culture of Design – Chris Avore’s June 25 Virtual Seminar

Organizations are beginning to recognize that design thinking can give them a competitive edge in the fight to deliver innovative products and experiences. In his June 25 virtual seminar, Chris Avore makes an argument that it’s about understanding that design thinking isn’t just for designers. We can all start making small steps forward with the […]

UIETips: Enabling Design Influence at Scale

In this week’s UIEtips, we publish an article from Chris Avore on Design Influence. In the article Chris  explores design driven success. Here’s an excerpt: Just showing the rest of the organization what your team is doing isn’t enough to scale design—it’s just giving you the credibility and visibility you’ll need when other leaders ask […]

A UX Advantage podcast with Jared Spool: Global UX

Global organizations can no longer project their corporate views of a customer experience upon a multitude of cultures. How do you embed the nuances and subtleties of each culture into a familiar experience regardless of where you are in the world?

UIETips: Riding the Magic Escalator of Acquired Knowledge

In today’s UIEtips, we’re reprinting an article from me. In it I explore a simple visualization tool we invented to help teams and stakeholders see where their designs are too complex for their users and what they can do about it. I call this tool the Magic Escalator of Acquired Knowledge and, as you’ll see, […]

Free UX Videos That Will Change the Way You Work and Think for the Better.

In the midst of planning this year’s User Interface 20 Conference in Boston November 2-4, we thought what better way to share the conference experience than giving you last year’s videos – for free. Watch them with your team, at your lunch break, wherever you want, whenever you want. No strings attached. All you need […]

Steve Fisher – Content Modelling for Responsive Projects

It’s no secret that the content on your site needs to adapt to a variety of viewing environments. Responsive and Adaptive Design have been wonderful for ensuring your design flows and displays appropriately for the multitude of devices out there. But what about your content? How can you be sure your content is in the right place, or even makes sense in these different contexts?

Rachel Nabors – Using Animation to Enhance Your UX

Animation in interfaces has traditionally been seen as purely decorative and unnecessary. There are real accessibility and usability concerns associated with a heavy reliance on Flash. Advances in CSS have allowed for sophisticated animations and transitions that actually add to the experience. In fact, a well timed transition can help alleviate the cognitive load on users.

UIETips: Responsive Content Modelling

In today’s UIEtips, we’re pleased to publish an article from Steve’s blog which discusses Responsive Content Modelling. Join us April 23, when Steve, a UX Architect and Founder of The Republic of Quality, presents Content Modelling: Creating Responsive Content Experiences. You’ll understand how to rethink your content for responsive projects and see how you can […]

UIETips: ‘View Full Site’ Must Die

In this week’s UIEtips, I offer my latest original article. In it I explain why responsive design should take over M dot sites. Here’s an excerpt from the article: We provide the escape hatch because the M Dot’s experience isn’t complete. The M Dot site can’t have what the user needs, because we’ve intentionally crippled […]