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9 Seminars Addressing Your Top UX Challenges

During the first half of 2014, you’ll hear the latest thinking from the best speakers in the user experience design community. Get your team into all 9 live seminars from January through June. We have some great presenters and topics lined up for you. With these educational events on your team’s calendar, you’re sure to […]

UIEtips: Designing for Breakpoints

In today’s UIEtips, we offer an article printed earlier this year on A List Apart – Designing for Breakpoints by Stephen Hay (reprinted with the permission of A List Apart, the author, and the publisher). It’s an excerpt from Chapter 7 of his book, Responsive Design Workflow, available from New Riders. If your team struggles […]

Dispelling the Myths About Innovation

Scott Berkun knows that exceptional designers aren’t just creative thinkers; they also work to understand the business and people around them. They are able to do this because they know how to invent ideas, develop them, and then persuade others to get on board. Scott works hard at dispelling the myths about innovation and showing […]

UIEtips: Debunking the Myths of Innovation: An Interview with Scott Berkun

Being innovative sounds scarier than it really is. It doesn’t necessarily mean creating something new, but perhaps repurposing something in a new way that brings added value to a user. Scott Berkun is a master of looking at the concept of innovation from all different angles. In this article he debunks the myths around innovation. […]

Design as a Business Tool: From Research to Experience Roadmaps

Designers are challenged to create customer experiences that drives more money, sign-ups, or page views. As a creative, achieving those ideal business outcomes can be daunting. Designers can influence where our organizations spend money and time to gain a stronger customer experience. In Design as a Business Tool: From Research to Experience Roadmaps Jason Ulaszek will show […]

Wrestling with Big Data? Join us for Data Visualizations
that Pack a Punch

Later this month, Brian Suda presents our next virtual seminar, Data Visualizations that Pack a Punch and will show you just how powerful great data visualizations can be! Brian’s work with companies such as PriceWaterhouseCoopers is defining just how powerful great data visualizations can be—especially when they’re tied to marketing or social-media campaigns aimed at […]

UIETips: A Typical UX Team of One Job Description

In this week’s UIEtips, I take a look at an excerpt from Leah Buley’s new book, The User Experience Team of One – A Research and Design Survival Guide. Here’s an excerpt from the article: If you happen to be in the job market, it can be helpful to know how to spot a UX […]

UIEtips: Replacing “Requirements Gathering” with Something That Works

In this week’s UIEtips, I talk about replacing “requirements gathering” with something that works. Here’s an excerpt from the article: You’ve seen the box on the project schedule a hundred times. It always has the same label: “Gather Requirements”. And it’s always remarkably short — scheduled for just a day or two (or sometimes less!). […]

For the UX Team of One: Research & Design –
our July 11 Virtual Seminar

If you’re the only user-experience voice on your team, you’re constantly balancing your time between selling its value to your organization and improving your own design skills. In Research and Design for the UX Team of One, Leah Buley shows you an inclusive and cross-functional process to achieve both outcomes quicker, including: Lead discovery and planning […]

Design Studio: Building Design Consensus Early in Your Process – Our June 20 Virtual Seminar

Join us on June 20, when Adam Connor presents Design Studio: Building Design Consensus Early in Your Process. Design reviews can result in conflicting lists of stakeholder feedback and out-of-scope ideas about what the design should be. Bruised egos, longer timelines, and higher budgets are often par for the course. Adam Connor builds design consensus […]