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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?

A UX Advantage podcast with Jared Spool: Inventing the Yes Lawyer and Restructuring Incentives and Rewards

What does it take to create a culture of design? How does putting user experience first change the way organizations work?

Those are the questions being addressed at the UX Advantage conference. Jared Spool and Karen McGrane will be your hosts as they delve into a series of topics with top design executives. In this podcast, Jared tackles two of those topics, Inventing the Yes Lawyer and Restructuring Incentives and Rewards.

Crucial Topics That Firms Must Tackle to Get the UX Advantage

The power of a well-designed experience can generate millions in profits. Large companies are starting to put UX in the forefront of their organization which gives them a distinct competitive advantage. The UX Advantage Conference is a series of interviews with 14 design leaders covering how they instill UX within their corporate DNA. In this […]

Josh Seiden – Lean UX for Enterprise

With the widespread adoption of Agile development methods, Lean UX has grown in popularity in the user experience world. It’s built around small, collaborative, cross-functional teams and is an extremely useful approach for startups and smaller teams. However, challenges arise when trying to adapt it to a larger, enterprise organization.

Lean UX for Enterprise, with Josh Seiden on Feb 19

In Lean UX for Enterprise, Josh Seiden will show you that Lean UX does scale, and can be just as effective in larger organizations. Attend this seminar and be sure your work is making a difference. Recognize when Lean UX can help Set expectations and get started Construct productive teams Prepare for obstacles Josh Seiden will show […]

UIEtips: Why Lean UX

In this week’s UIEtips, we reprint an article from Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden. They show us why Lean UX is important Here’s an excerpt from the article: Lean UX is deeply collaborative and cross-functional, because we no longer have the luxury of working in isolation from the rest of the product team. We can’t […]

UIEtips: Explore These 7 Great Podcasts from 2014

Here, for your listening pleasure, are a few of our favorite podcasts from 2014 in no particular order. Creating Responsive Interfaces As responsive web design becomes common practice, making sure these templates work across every imaginable screen and device is trickier. Brad Frost shares this frustration and introduces Atomic Design as a solution. Borrowing from […]

UIEtips: Critique: The Secret to Growing Your UX Team Skills

In this week’s UIEtips, we offer an original article. In it, I introduce critique as a growth tool for UX teams. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Regular critique, whether formal or ad-hoc, ramps up team members’ skills quickly. By changing up what the focus of learning is for each session, the team ensures that […]

Jared Spool – How Do We Design Designers? Live!

Why don’t design students coming out of school know about responsive design or creating mobile apps? Why are our self-taught hackers and C.S. grads having a tough time keeping up with the pace of technology innovation? It’s not that schools or professional development programs are slow to adapt; it’s more complicated than that. But our tendency to focus on skills alone just isn’t sustainable. Instead, we need to start investing in the ways we create designers and fuel their growth.

UIEtips: Beyond the UX Tipping Point

In this week’s UIEtips, we offer an original article. In it, I reveal the past, present, and future of the UX Tipping Point. Here’s an excerpt from the article: For an organization to move beyond the UX Tipping Point, it must first become literate in user experience, then fluent in how to produce great experiences. […]