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Blink Opens Austin Studio

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’s Accessibility Director, Joe Welinske Appointed to King County Metro’s Access Paratransit Advisory Committee

Blink’s Accessibility Director, Joe Welinske Appointed to King County Metro’s Access ...

UX research and design firm Blink UX is pleased to announce that Accessibility Director Joe Welinske has been appointed to King County Metro’s Access Paratransit Advisory Committee (APAC).

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Welcome Tectonic!

Welcome Tectonic!

Karen Clark Cole

I am thrilled to announce the brilliant minds at Tectonic are now in-house at Blink as part of our design studio!

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Redshift Digital Joins Blink for a Golden Gate Future

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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Designing for Now, Later, and the Ideal

Designing for Now, Later, and the Ideal

Kelly Franznick

We have a few methods at Blink to pencil in future functionality, but still optimize your users’ initial experience.

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Blink Listed in Gartner Hype Cycle for User Experience, 2020

Blink was recognized among the vendors in the 2020 report

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Users in the Sausage Factory

Users in the Sausage Factory

Greg Hansen

“I can’t believe I’ve never heard of this site before,” was my first thought when I came across Quirky.com. Though there are hundreds of millions of websites, I’m always surprised to find something unique like Quirky. Quirky exists in an interesting space.

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The Uphill Climb of Single-Purpose Devices

The Uphill Climb of Single-Purpose Devices

Heidi Adkisson

Having started my tech career in the cellular industry back in the era of brick phones, I’ve had a particular interest in the evolution of mobile devices. And I remember when the first Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) hit the market the burning question was whether PDAs should be stand-alone devices or subsumed into cell phones.

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Turning Usability Findings into Design Changes

Turning Usability Findings into Design Changes

John Dirks

You’re coming up for air after an intense usability study. Your usability consultant has delivered actionable findings and recommendations to your team that you know would really improve the user experience. Now what?

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The Benefits of Universal User Experiences

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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eero Unboxed: Future Meets Reality

eero Unboxed: Future Meets Reality

Damon van Vessem

As a UX designer, I can’t help but evaluate the user experience of products I interact with. I recently moved into a new house and found myself in need of boosting the WiFi signal, so I purchased the highly reviewed WiFi system called eero.

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UX Design Is a Philosophy

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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