Does this sound familiar? You’re looking forward to checking out the new hip restaurant in town. When you get there, the staff informs you that the wait time is longer than an hour.
This article is a review of the book How to Make Sense of Any Mess by Abby Covert, written from two points of view.
Congratulations – your project has gone to production. Those months of meetings, development, and testing have led to this day. You can move on to other things now.
Not so fast.
Effective information architecture provides a solid, well-thought out plan based on user research and user testing to validate decisions before any time, money, and resources are invested in design and development.
User Experience design is a process; no matter what others say. Design is more than making it look pretty, it’s a solution to the problem.
While working on a project, I discovered something challenging recently that shed a lot of light on relatively obscure bugs I have encountered in the past.
Google Analytics is an extremely powerful tool, with a wide range of reports out of the box.
One way to make a complex development project seem less intimidating is to write your application in pseudocode before starting to code.
Just realizing there is an issue does not mean that you have the solution to fix the problem.
Unum's current brand colors can present difficulty when designing for accessibility. Use this guide to build accessible products.
Did you take the time to hear what the user actually wanted before building what you thought would be the next big thing?
Significantly improve the accessibility of your designs before development.
Appealing visuals combined with user experience design creates exceptional products that customers love.
Flexbox doesn't fix every issue that CSS has, but it fixes enough of the issues that it has made writing CSS fun again.