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Thinking Design in the Development Process

Hey Developers, quick question for you: when does design come into the picture in the web development process? Read on to find out more about incorporating design into the software development process. OK, we know what you’re thinking. Didn’t we just write a blog post on how good UX can be ugly? Well, yeah – and we’re sticking… Continue reading Thinking Design in the Development Process

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Riding the UX wave: the state of UX job titles

With so many UX job titles out there, how do you shine? We’re discussing the state of UX job titles in today’s web design industry. User experience (UX) has come a long way since the design term was coined by Don Norman in the ’90s. UX is trending, massively, and we all want a piece of the pie.… Continue reading Riding the UX wave: the state of UX job titles

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Aligning Business with IT through prototyping

Prototyping is a great tool to bridge the Business-IT gap by helping you avoid miscommunication, rework and wasting time. Read time to find out more. Have you ever had to sit in a client discussion early on in a project and were unable to spur discussion around user needs or business requirements? Everyone from designers and… Continue reading Aligning Business with IT through prototyping

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Effective prototyping and the fidelity spectrum

  When it comes to prototyping, efficiency is key. We create mockups, wireframes and prototypes to learn more about our assumptions and how a piece of software might workbefore development. Prototypes can vary in fidelity from basic sketches to high-resolution, interactive prototypes. There’s lots of variety and sometimes this can get a little confusing. So, let’s see how we can get the… Continue reading Effective prototyping and the fidelity spectrum

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Is paper dead? Low fidelity vs High fidelity wireframing

  “Paper is dead, long live interactive prototypes in the world of web design!” is what we’ve been hearing a lot lately, and it’s not far from reality. The concept of paper prototyping is nothing new to user experience designers and is pretty simple: you sketch out your interface and screens on paper. This way of… Continue reading Is paper dead? Low fidelity vs High fidelity wireframing

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Choosing a web design: Responsive Vs Adaptive

  Responsive web design Vs Adaptive web design: which should you choose? In our multi-device, multifaceted user society, we face increasing pressure to keep users happy (and connected), all the time: no matter where they are or what they’re doing. Luckily, we have a variety of tools at our disposal that help us to keep on top of this. But with all… Continue reading Choosing a web design: Responsive Vs Adaptive