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User Experience

September 16, 2014

“Unexpected item in bagging area”

By Andy No comments
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  Self-service checkouts at supermarkets are becoming more common. You fill your basket, rock up at the checkout area and press the button to start scanning. Two items later and you get the “Unexpected item…

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User Experience

May 27, 2014

Responsive web design – it’s not just about screen size anymore

By Helen No comments
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  Multiscreening. It’s an emerging behavioural trend that’s got a lot of marketing people quite excited recently, some even going so far as to announce a new ‘golden age of digital advertising’, where for example,…

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User Experience

April 29, 2014

Lean UX: less love = more love

By Ben No comments
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    LEAN DEVELOPMENT Digital design and development is evolving. Waterfall, incremental, agile, iterative, spiral, the list of new models, methods and techniques is endless. Take LSD (not that kind of LSD, but Lean Software…

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User Experience

February 6, 2014

Design for Persuasion, Emotion & Trust

By Ben No comments
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Years ago (but not so long ago), designing a website was all about delivering a beautiful product, that would make it stand out the masses. Then UX (User Experience) came into play; as sites became…

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