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What you need to know about B2E UX (business-to-employee user experience )

What you need to know about B2E UX (business-to-employee user experience )

Kelly Franznick

We answer the question, "What is B2E UX?" and discuss three reasons why adopting easy-to-use technology for your employees will enrich your company.

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Why UX Teams Need Diversity

Why UX Teams Need Diversity

Lulu Xiao

The best UX professionals and teams have a diversity of skills in their arsenals that they use to research, design, and communicate effective design decisions.

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Nine Tips for Bringing Mobile UX to the Enterprise

Nine Tips for Bringing Mobile UX to the Enterprise

Roxane Neal

If you—a business analyst, solutions architect, IT project manager—have limited UX resources or experience but need to design a mobile experience for your internal applications, we’re here to help with nine handy tips.

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Q&A with ConveyUX Program Director Joe Welinske

Q&A with ConveyUX Program Director Joe Welinske

Sara Keats

Ahead of our annual ConveyUX conference for user experience professionals, we chatted with Joe Welinske.

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First Mayer, Now Larson-Green: The Elevation of UX to the Corner Office

First Mayer, Now Larson-Green: The Elevation of UX to the Corner Office

Kelly Franznick

But the one thing that stood out to me is that like Marisa Mayer, the UX-oriented engineer and designer who oversaw some of Google’s most successful products, Larson-Green views the world of technology products and services principally through a lens of the end-user.

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Keeping Page Layouts Simple and Easy to Scan

Keeping Page Layouts Simple and Easy to Scan

Heidi Adkisson

Complicated page layouts confuse users and cause them to overlook important content. Avoid this fate by following a few key design principles.

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POW! Comixology Evolves

POW! Comixology Evolves

Jonathan Evans

The reason why Comixology was embraced by so many people was the user experience. While not exactly like reading a comic, it felt like a natural evolution.

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Wrangling Complexity: Collaborating and Delivering Design on Enterprise Projects

Wrangling Complexity: Collaborating and Delivering Design on Enterprise Projects

Tristan Plank

Here are some things we have learned about navigating complexity, collaborating with stakeholders, and handing design off to development teams.

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Sweat the Details: Animation and Microinteractions in Mobile Apps

Sweat the Details: Animation and Microinteractions in Mobile Apps

Tristan Plank

Crafting a useful, usable, and beautiful app takes a lot of work and a willingness to throw your designs out the window again and again until you get things right. Even if you get that far, there are usually at least five other apps out there that already do what yours does. Why is yours better? What sets it apart?

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Two Big Themes from ConveyUX 2019

Two Big Themes from ConveyUX 2019

Claudia Haon

Claudia Haon attended ConveyUX, a user experience conference in Seattle hosted by Blink. There were some reoccurring themes that many of the speakers addressed, two of which particularly stood out and resonated with her: questioning the problems we are solving and defining what we mean by “success.”

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Top 5 UX Predictions for 2016

Top 5 UX Predictions for 2016

Nick Leggett

With the evolution of technology only accelerating there is no shortage of possibilities for key UX predictions in 2016. Here are the top 5 UX themes that we predict will be at the forefront this year.

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Better Together: User Research and Analytics

Better Together: User Research and Analytics

Diego Fontes

Incorporating analytics into UX processes and research methods can add value in many ways. Project teams should use a combination of different data types to consistently measure data (in the wild) about usability and user behavior.

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