All posts for "UX Design" tag

UX Design: What is a user-focused design system?

Published
23rd May 2018
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Owen Lord
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UX Design: What is a user-focused design system?

A design system is often presented in the form of styles, patterns, guidelines and principles. In this article, Owen Lord, UX Designer, looks in more detail at what a design system is and how to build one.

UX Design: Five ways to improve your online checkout process

Published
28th March 2018
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Robin Nash
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UX Design: Five ways to improve your online checkout process

Recent research has revealed that the estimated customer dropout rate the online checkout is a staggering 70%. In this article Robin Nash, one of our UX Consultants, looks at common reasons for customer drop-off and how these can be avoided.

Wearing Your Heart on Your Interface

Published
17th August 2016
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Interact Guest Author
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Wearing Your Heart on Your Interface

Pamela Pavliscak delves into the Internet of Emotionally Intelligent Things and discusses current emotional digital life, design with feeling and the future with new emotionally intelligent design.

Reflective Practice in UX Design

Published
2nd August 2016
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Robin Nash
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Reflective Practice in UX Design

Robin Nash, UX consultant at Nomensa discusses how the UX Design team reflect on previous experiences to facilitate organisational learning.

UX Mastery: Beyond the Buzzwords

Published
14th June 2016
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Juliet Richardson
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UX Mastery: Beyond the Buzzwords

Demand for UX services is currently high, as reflected in the huge number of openings for UX professionals within the job market. However, when demand outstrips supply, how do you find the people who have truly mastered UX? As demand rises, prices tend to increase to reflect the increased demand. This can mean that higher prices don’t necessarily reflect higher quality. So, how do you spot quality?

How to write a great UX brief

Published
19th January 2016
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Juliet Richardson
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How to write a great UX brief

We receive lots of briefs for UX projects – some are very clear and detailed, others are somewhat vague and leave us guessing as to exactly what is needed and how we should respond. In this article, we look at how to write a perfect brief so you’ll be much more likely to get inspiring, exciting and innovative proposals that give you exactly what you want.

UX Design - 5 Reasons to use Paper Prototypes

Published
15th December 2015
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Ana Crespo
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UX Design - 5 Reasons to use Paper Prototypes

Paper prototypes are an excellent and cheap tool to get feedback on early designs, but they are not as popular as other UX techniques. Ana Crespo explores why, how and when to sue them in a project.