March 20, 2014 — We all know that web sites and applications with a great user experience produce better results, keep customers happy, and are a joy to interact with. But are you applying what you know about user experience to your own business? Every time you answer the phone, send an email, invoice a client, attend a meeting, or propose a contract, you’re defining the user experience of your business. Make those decisions with intent and purpose, not by default.
August 30, 2013 — Design is, fundamentally, about problem solving. Our clients often come to us with solutions, but do these solutions even solve the right problems? Whether you’re using WordPress to build enterprise-level websites or web apps for startups, a strong UX research and discovery phase can help bring any confused project into perspective, create focus, and set the path for an accurate solution (and a happy client).
August 15, 2013 — Writing code is building a user experience, where the user is the developer, who is reading the code. There are rarely two programmers who have the same opinion on what is clean and readable code. In order for their code to be usable, developers need to take the same things in consideration as user experience designers.
August 11, 2013 — Over time, the WordPress admin has grown in complexity as the software itself has become more powerful and features have been added. Clients will always be best served by evaluating their specific workflow needs and custom tailoring the admin to fit. This presentation explores some case studies to give an overview of what they needed and what was done to give them their own WordPress-powered content publishing experience.
May 1, 2010 — Jane Wells uses real examples to demonstrate how to best design your WordPress user experiences to mesh with those of the core software and fulfill the expectations of your users.
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