Interact London Virtual Festival is held in memory of Ofer Deshe. In this post, his wife Paula and close friend and colleague Julian share memories of him.
How to transform retail UX with user journeys and personas
Our Head of Experience Delivery Hannah Tempest explains how the retail sector can capitalise on user journeys and personas to unpick the granularities of customer behaviour and deliver better experiences.
How using search can capture sales and improve UX
Robin Nash, UX consultant, and Alistair Duggin, Principal Accessibility Consultant, explain how investing in your on-site search functionality can boost your sales and improve your users' experience.
The Stoic Designer
Our next webinar 'The Stoic Designer' with Principal UX Consultant Joe Knowles on 15th September draws on case studies to introduce stoicism as a concept and aims to put personal and professional development into that framework. In this article, he introduces some of the concepts he'll explore in more detail in the webinar.
How to build accessible cards–block links
Joel Strohmeier, Accessibility Consultant, looks at a much-used feature of website interfaces: the 'card' component. He covers what cards are, common accessibility challenges they pose and how to create robust and accessible card components for your website.
Reimagining customers’ digital needs post-coronavirus
- 9th July 2020
- Simon Norris
Nomensa CEO Simon Norris explores how and why customer behaviour has changed because of COVID-19. He asks: what are customers’ new digital needs post-coronavirus, and summarises some UX techniques you can use to better understand your audience’s specific needs.
What I've learnt through Beta as a UXer
UX Consultant Amber Polley takes us behind the scenes on a GDS Beta project. Read her five key pieces of advice for any UXer starting a Beta project.
Alistair Duggin joins as Principal Accessibility Consultant
Alistair Duggin joins us as Principal Accessibility Consultant at an exciting time as more and more organisations wake up to the value of accessibility.
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