UX Design Principles and Voting: Part 2

UX Design Principles and Voting: Part 2

Recently, we took a look at some of the problems facing US elections from the perspective of UX design. Part 1 focused on some of the actual mechanics of the voting process at the polls themselves. Confusing ballots and poorly designed polling places often combine to...
5 BS Excuses for Why You’re Not Succeeding

5 BS Excuses for Why You’re Not Succeeding

When it comes to the UX design process, people can sometimes be their own worst enemies. For an ideation session to be productive, new concepts need room to breathe while assumptions and consensus need to be questioned at every turn. But it’s all too easy to fall into...
Transform Your Business with Design Thinking

Transform Your Business with Design Thinking

Today’s companies are increasingly turning to customer-centric methodologies to solve business challenges and stoke innovation. It’s no surprise, then, that many of them have adopted design thinking principles to better understand and empathize with their customers....