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The UX of Car2Go

Tristan Plank

A few of us here at Blink are big fans of Car2Go, the point-to-point carsharing service that operates the iconic blue and white SmartCars in several cities worldwide, including here in Seattle (you can typically find three or four outside our office on any given morning).

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UX Design Is a Philosophy

Karen Clark Cole

At Blink, we think and talk a lot about UX. And while each day more people are joining our conversation, there is still a lot of confusion around what UX actually means. I talk about it as a way of thinking and a business approach: User experience is no longer a job title or a service offering, it’s a way of thinking about your entire business.

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Work Practice Matters

Heidi Adkisson

The person hovered over OmniFocus at the start of each day? Yes, that would be me. Rewind 20 years and there I am again, but this time lugging about a three-ring Franklin Planner. Suffice it to say that planning and I go WAY back.

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Mobile Application Usability Testing

Amit Saxena

We are increasingly using smartphones, tablets, and music players in our work and lives, and there are hundreds of thousands of applications currently available for download. At Blink, we regularly conduct mobile application usability testing for different clients who are optimizing their websites for mobile use or designing new apps.

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The Benefits of Universal User Experiences

Tim Bridgham

Over the past five years I’ve supported users with their technology questions, either as an IT professional or “that techie friend,” and one constant that remains is the usefulness of a universal user experience. Maintaining a consistent design, feel, and set of interactions across devices is at the heart of universal user experience.

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The UX of Stitch Fix: A Perfect Fit

Ankitha Bharadwaj

Stitch Fix is a personal shopping service for women that has been gaining popularity lately. I couldn’t help but compare my Stitch Fix experience to other services that also attempt to serve me recommended content – i.e., Netflix, Spotify, Amazon.

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Considering Continuity: The Seamless Experience

Heidi Adkisson

Recently, I did something I hadn’t tried before: I was “reading” a book in two separate formats on two different devices.

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Being Real in a Complex World

Karen Clark Cole

I was recently asked how I cope as a busy person in a world that is becoming increasingly complex. I had to think about this. I’m not sure the actual world has become more complex, but how we communicate certainly has.

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Dear (Digital) Diary: A Powerful Tool in User Research

Jake Fleisher

These days, diary studies can be much richer and more flexible by taking advantage of digital, connected technologies. At Blink we’re developing a suite of internal digital tools that help researchers and designers be more effective; one of these tools is our Digital Diary.

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Blink Thought Leadership Featured at ConveyUX

Maria Szmagalski

Join thought leaders from Blink and beyond for two full days of great speakers and engaging networking events.

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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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8th Annual User Experience Conference Key Takeaways

Sara Keats

Among the 50+ speakers at the most recent ConveyUX were several subject matter experts from Blink, who led workshops, moderated panel discussions, and delivered talks on a variety of UX-related topics.

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