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Three Tips for Agile UX Research

Irene Barber

Here are three tips to embrace the constraints and keep UX research as a fundamental part of Agile.

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How to improve CX and EX with a total experience strategy

McKayl Barrows

We’re looking at the Gartner total experience (TX) business strategy that can help companies increase employee and customer confidence quickly and efficiently.

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Making an Impact Through Community Commitment

Nickelle Sletteland

We are passionate about partnering with local UX community organizations in all our studio locations.

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Karen Clark Cole: EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Award Finalist

Karen Clark Cole

We’re extremely proud and excited to announce that Karen Clark Cole is a finalist for this year’s Pacific Northwest Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year award.

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Blink’s New Offices with a View

Karen Clark Cole

Blink’s new office space had many requirements; workstations, client meeting rooms, project collaboration rooms, training and event space and most importantly, state-of-the-art usability labs with adjoining client observation rooms. All this, plus it had to be a highly usable space, comfortable to work in and look good.

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The Future Will Not Be What You Expect

Kelly Franznick

This week I had the honor of giving the commencement address for the 2015 University of Washington’s Human-Centered Design and Engineering Department graduation ceremony.

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Hiring a User Experience Design Firm

Kelly Franznick

Thinking of working with a user experience (UX) design firm? You may not know where to start.

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Blink's 2022 DEI progress report

Kristina Knaus

A look at how our DEI efforts came to life in the last year.

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Seven questions to ask when selecting a UX consulting firm

Roxane Neal

If your project needs the skills and expertise of a user experience (UX) consulting firm, you may not know where to start.

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Object Modeling for Designers: An Introduction

Heidi Adkisson

As a user experience designer, it can feel as though I am waging an on-going, never-ending battle against complexity, especially when working on enterprise systems. A popular route to simplify an experience is to implement a design system. Design systems are essential, but what I hope to show in this article is that a design system alone — particularly if it’s primarily a component level design system — does not guarantee a simple, consistent experience.

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