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The state of UX in 2016

Posted Posted in Learning lab, Technology, Web

Here’s our take on looking at the past, understanding the present, and anticipating what the future holds for UX in 2016. #1 Our Fascination with Pixels is Almost Over It might be that 2015 was the year you finally added the buzzword “UX” to your Linkedin profile — but were still spending most of your time pushing […]

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The future of design standards

Posted Posted in Learning lab, Web

As the technology landscape evolves, so must our role as designers. Just designing doesn’t cut it anymore—you’ve got to get your hands dirty with prototyping, user testing, project management, and even development. Only by challenging yourself to venture into new areas will your skillset (and value) flourish. To help you on the quest to become […]

Setting a web performance budget

Posted Posted in Learning lab

A solid strategy for handling performance-related issues like page load time and bandwidth, usage should be at the heart of any website design or redesign. Unfortunately the web seems to be filling up with otherwise beautiful sites that made limited considerations for how the weight of their pages may affect their users. Performance should never be sacrificed […]

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A small enterprise online strategy that will help grow your business

Posted Posted in SME Support lab

Successful website design leverages several distinct disciplines (advertising, person expertise, design, visual design, programming, and project management) and these are very exhausting to find in one particular person. This article briefly describes what sort of elements are involved in website builds, what sorts of pages you may need (news, contacts, blogs, and so on), desired performance, […]