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There are lots of considerations when scaling a business – from systems and processes, to financials and technology. And if a company is looking to secure investment to facilitate growth plans, overall attractiveness plays a large role. But what is it that makes your business attractive to potential investors?
In April we’re offering free 1-hour design consultations for projects about COVID-19 or businesses affected by COVID-19.
In this blog post I will define these terms and outline how a design system might be beneficial, as well as some of the drawbacks. I will also talk about how important it is to create a system that is customised to your project.
As designers, and more specifically, digital designers, remote working might not only be feasible but beneficial. Remote working is a growing trend and as a full time designer that works from home, I can see why.
In this post I’d like to point out a list of conferences taking place in the UK.
In this post I will run through what it takes to go from UX to UI, and finally to development, and I will give some tips that have helped me (as a designer) with these different hand-offs.
It's Mental Health Week, and it's important to look after yourself, embrace who you are and remember it’s okay to not be okay.
There are many qualities that play a key role in becoming a good designer. These qualities are far from being only technical. A designer must be an innovator, a researcher, a communicator a connoisseur, a mediator, a problem solver and a business thinker.
As a UX designer, you will likely be involved in conducting user research as it forms a critical part of the UX process. For any upcoming researcher, engaging with people in real-life contexts and settings may seem like a daunting task. This post is aimed to alleviate some of those very concerns.
UI design plays a fundamental role in the overall quality of your end product. The UI not only supports the UX work, it enriches it and expands on it by bringing together concepts from interaction design, visual design, and information architecture.
This article tries to address the fundamental question for the business owners and demonstrates how UX and Business growth go hand in hand.
As with any business decision, the choice to hire in UX skills ultimately comes down to return on investment. There’s a compelling business case for bringing in a UX agency, not only because the end result is a sleeker site or app that customers love, but also because your budget gets you so much in a short period of time.
One of the problems we regularly encounter when working on large-scale sites or apps is that the user interface (UI) is no longer fit for purpose.
Whichever way you look at it, User Experience (UX) has a direct impact on your business. By improving customers’ experience of your product, you improve conversion rates. By increasing customer satisfaction, you keep them coming back for more.