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Understanding Kanban & Scrum Tactics for UX Designers

If you’ve been even remotely around or in the website and software development industry in the last 20 years, you’ve heard of Agile. Agile principles focus on self-organized teams delivering…

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January 8, 2020

User Experience, UX Planning

The Right Interview Questions for Hiring a UX Designer

Hiring anyone can be a tough task, and if you're hiring the user experience (UX) designer who's going to be responsible for how your website, service, or product works, you definitely want to get it right. To do that, it's essential to ask the right questions. Here are our top UX interview questions, plus a guide to the answers you should be looking for.

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January 6, 2020

User Experience, UX Planning

What Does Digital Customer Experience (CX) Really Mean?

Like it or not, most of us are online customers now. So it's more important than ever for businesses to deliver a stellar digital customer experience (CX). But what exactly does that mean? One key issue is how your customers perceive their interaction with your business. Every single message, link click, phone call and other connection counts. Digital customer experience isn't just about customer service; it's everything.

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October 2, 2019

User Experience, UX Planning

Understanding Mobile First Design Strategy in 2020

In 2015, Google announced and rolled out their “mobile-friendly” algorithm update, which meant mobile-friendly and responsive websites would get prioritized in rankings for better user experience (UX). Web administrators around the world prepared for the shift, and it took on a trending name, “Mobilegeddon.” Google even rolled out a mobile-friendly testing tool to help people check the mobile health of their website.

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January 3, 2020

User Experience, UX Planning

15 Tips for Creating Efficient Wireframes

As you approach a design project, you no doubt want to dive in and put your creativity to work. But before you identify a color palette, logo, and imagery, it’s best to start with a wireframe. Wireframes a crucial step in developing UI, or user interface. Wireframes are a simple, often black-and-white display of how page elements will look on a screen. It drives the UI that will lead the design.

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March 7, 2019

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