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The following posts have the tag 'ux' assigned to them.

  • Attend Interact London AND Steve Portigal’s workshop for just £363! | 19-21 Oct

    Posted by on September 24, 2015

    We are now less than ONE MONTH away from three days of the best in UX, IA and design insight at Interact London! On the 19th October we kick off at the top of The Gherkin with Steve Portigal’s one-day workshop: Soft Skills are Hard. Some tickets still remain and as we’re feeling generous today
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  • What developers do (and don’t do)!

    Posted by on March 16, 2015

    A common mistake clients make is thinking the company that builds their website will also do everything else web related for them as well. Whether it be the SEO, web marketing, testing or content editing – and whilst a lot of web based jobs overlap there are clear roles that we should be aware of
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  • A free app for user experience (UX) terms

    Posted by on October 15, 2014

    We realised some time ago that we needed a handy app that offers a comprehensive glossary of user experience (UX) principles, as we often find ourselves having to quickly look for industry jargon when on the move and when the Internet is unavailable. After searching through app stores and websites for a UX glossary, the
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  • Learning about Taxonomy in Web Design

    Posted by on September 25, 2014

    Having started at Tobias & Tobias in June I found myself getting to grips with new people, approaches, tools and technology but there was a moment in an one of the first design meetings I attended that stood out. A word was mentioned that I thought I understood but it soon became apparent I would need a closer analysis. The word was taxonomy.

  • Choosing the right prototyping tool

    Posted by on March 26, 2014

    Creating a prototype is great for a number of reasons. Firstly, prototypes help us explain the behaviour of complex interactions. Interface ideas that seem straight forward in our head, rarely actually are, so a quick prototype makes things clearer, both for us and any stakeholders. Secondly, prototypes are a great way to validate designs and
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  • Social entries rocket – BIMA Awards 2013

    Posted by on August 28, 2013

    Congratulations to the agencies and brands in the running for this year’s BIMA Awards, in association with Six Degrees Group. The list was announced this afternoon, after weeks of work by our fantastic judging panel of industry experts. Reflecting the growing need for brands to engage with their customers through social channels, this year’s judging
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  • Why a mobile-first strategy might not be such a good idea

    Posted by on July 29, 2013

    Skyscanner’s Bonamy Grimes explains why an API-first, rather than mobile-first strategy can provide a more future-proof approach to creating compelling customer experiences regardless of device.

  • Banks’ online services aren’t meeting customer expectations – time to step up

    Posted by on June 11, 2013

    Banks are behind when it comes to giving their customers a good experience – but why? UX consultant Paul Wheatley has some ideas for them… Gone are the days when you had to crawl into the local bank manager’s office with cap in hand to ask for a loan or mortgage. Customers (myself included) are
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  • What should a UX portfolio communicate?

    Posted by on May 22, 2013

    If you read our recent blog post covering the top 10 things ux leaders will be looking for this year, you’ll know that having a well thought-out portfolio is essential when applying for ux jobs. This is no secret, but despite our best efforts, the general standard of ux portfolios we see continues to vary hugely.

  • Giorgia Rossini’s top 10 UX portfolio tips

    Posted by on May 10, 2013

    Top 10 UX Portfolio Links from Giorgia Rossini, UX resourcer at Futureheads Recruitment

Recent Comments

  • Free Range Web: Looks like a great night was had by all. Congratulations to you and your team
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