Posts Tagged “ux”

Building a UX Team

by Lance on February 11, 2014

When smart, capable people with complimentary skills are united by a deep desire to help customers, you can create great things and have an awful lot of fun along the way. More on Aaron Walter inspiring post about Building a (…)

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What Makes a Good UX Designer?

by Lance on February 26, 2012

The big difference between someone who is a UX professional and someone who isn’t comes back to that word: responsibility. When your job is to provide a positive user experience, you have to do whatever it takes to get it done, (…)

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The Expanding Role of User Experience Design

by Lance on November 17, 2011

User experience is not only about seeing the big picture of how our applications and websites are used, but also about how they are made. Our expanding presence in the project lifecycle does not make us project managers, though. Budgets, (…)

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Windows 8: Reinventing the Basics of File Management

by Lance on August 24, 2011

We wanted to do an early Windows 8 post about one of the most used features, and one we have not improved substantially in a long time. With the increasing amount of local storage measured in terabytes, containing photos (in (…)

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UXMovement on Dialog Button Placement

by Lance on May 30, 2011

There are cer­tain plat­form design con­ven­tions that are widely used today because they work for users. But the point here is that plat­form design con­sis­tency should never sat­isfy a designer as the sole rea­son to do some­thing. A true designer (…)

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