All posts for "UX Design" category

UX design and the case for illustration

Published
14th November 2018
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Kate Evans
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UX design and the case for illustration

Senior UX Designer Kate Evans explores how illustration can have a positive effect on UX design and user experiences and shares her tips for when it should be considered during a design process.

UX Design: Crafting experiences for memorable days out

Published
24th July 2018
by 
Joe Knowles
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UX Design: Crafting experiences for memorable days out

Joe Knowles - Principal UX Consultant - looks at how user experience and product design are not just digital and shares his five tips for delivering a great user experience at a 'days out' destination.

Let’s talk about illustration

Published
7th June 2018
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Emily Trotter
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Let’s talk about illustration

Emily Trotter - UX Designer - looks at how illustration is more than just decoration: it's a communication tool, a reward, a means of providing or developing understanding, a way to deepen relationships and guide individuals through experiences. And that’s just the tip of the illustration iceberg.

Seeing Differently - Asking ‘What if?’ to power thinking

Published
6th June 2018
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Tim Blass
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Seeing Differently - Asking ‘What if?’ to power thinking

Asking ‘What if’ expresses our intolerance to accept the status-quo and our intent to approach challenges and opportunities from a different perspective. In this article, Tim Blass - Principal UX Consultant - looks at why your organisation’s future success rests as much in your users’ hands as anyone else’s.