Article No. 1,404 | March 10, 2015
Deciding where and when to add fidelity is a common UX problem, one that requires us to deconstruct fidelity itself.
Article No. 1,403 | March 5, 2015
We're developing a special coffee for winners of the Design for Experience awards
Article No. 1,402 | March 4, 2015
To make voice technology more human we need to create technology that supports our natural ability to build and negotiate understandings with others.
Article No. 1,401 | March 3, 2015
In an excerpt from his new book, Well Designed, Jon Kolko outlines a powerful design process.
Article No. 1,400 | March 2, 2015
The application deadline in the Design for Experience awards has been extended to March 14.
Article No. 1,399 | March 2, 2015
Designing the best experiences across platforms means being responsive to the user, not the device.
Article No. 1,398 | February 26, 2015
Results of the Cross-Platform Experience category of the Design for Experience awards show the road to truly ubiquitous computing.
Article No. 1,397 | February 25, 2015
By agreeing on a common design taxonomy, practitioners can communicate their ideas more clearly and make certain their work adheres to recognized standards.
Article No. 1,396 | February 24, 2015
Popular satirical video "The Expert" exposes the need for UX practitioners who can effectively communicate technical information to clients.
Article No. 1,395 | February 23, 2015
Keeping momentum behind your creativity is key to crafting innovative experiences and requires flexibility, determination, and patience.
Article No. 1,394 | February 19, 2015
Results of the Consumer Product category of the Design for Experience awards prove that successful design is all about balance.
Article No. 1,393 | February 18, 2015
In an excerpt from her new book, Practical Empathy, Indi Young explains how to make change on the inside.
Article No. 1,392 | February 17, 2015
Want to make change within your organization? Use your design skills internally to create a better workplace.
Article No. 1,391 | February 16, 2015
Beyond algorithms, automation, A/B testing, and analytics, the goal of data-driven design is to develop a better understanding of everyday experience.
Article No. 1,390 | February 12, 2015
Lessons in the strategic adoption of UX from Citrix and the Design for Experience awards.
Article No. 1,389 | February 11, 2015
Running A/B tests using prototypes can save you time and money in the development process while also unearthing potential for innovation.
Article No. 1,388 | February 10, 2015
Standardization and better interface design hold the keys to the widespread adoption (and enjoyment) of smart TV technology.
Article No. 1,387 | February 9, 2015
Global brands have local audiences and need to balance the demands of localization with the need for consistency in their content.
Article No. 1,386 | February 5, 2015
The results of the Bridging Digital and Physical Experiences category of the Design for Experience awards shows how technology affects our perception of reality.
Article No. 1,385 | February 4, 2015
You can get free book from Rosenfeld Media by recommending someone for a Design for Experience award.
Article No. 1,384 | February 4, 2015
How design students from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit worked closely with GM to create a driving experience focused on Millennials and safety.
Article No. 1,383 | February 3, 2015
The right arrow is a popular navigation tool but it lacks a consistent style and function, creating much confusion for users.
Article No. 1,382 | February 2, 2015
A team of Rosenfeld Experts discuss the merit of UX certifications and alternate methods for developing the skills designers need.
Article No. 1,381 | January 29, 2015
The power has shifted to consumers and, in 2015, companies will need to be focused and flexible in order to create experiences that succeed.