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Blink Opens Austin Studio

Following expansions to San Diego and Boston, the Seattle-based UX design and research firm opens a studio location in Austin.

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Blink Open House Party

Kristina Knaus

Wednesday, February 7, 5:00-9pm We'd love for you to join us for an Open House Party to celebrate Blink's new office space.

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Blink Named #10 on the 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies List Released by Puget S...

Blink’s CEO and cofounder joins other prominent executives for the virtual panel and award announcements.

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Five Design Tools for Voice UX

Damon van Vessem

The number of products with a voice component grows daily – just look at the recent announcements of Google Home, the Amazon Echo Dot, and Samsung’s acquisition of Viv. Yet it’s hard to find examples of design tools and artifacts in the voice UX space.

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Redshift Digital Joins Blink for a Golden Gate Future

Karen Clark Cole

It is with great anticipation and excitement that I announce that the well-known, high-end, wildly creative, and super fun San Francisco UX studio, Redshift is joining forces with Blink!

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It’s Showtime for Apple Services

Heidi Adkisson

It was all about entertainment on Monday at the Steve Jobs Theater, where Apple announced a new set of long-awaited services.

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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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Go Full-Scale: The Benefits of Recreating Physical Products and Spaces in the Lab

Darshana Tuladhar

We often perform tests on digital devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and computers. However, there are times when we need to observe user behavior that extends beyond a screen – and this always excites us!

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Buy Nothing! The UX of Hyper-Local Gift Communities

Amy L. Dickson

The Buy Nothing Project and its local chapters are having a fundamental impact on the way neighborhoods interact, purchase and redistribute goods, and define charity. And they’re doing it all through Facebook.

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