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Smashing Magazine 25 Feb 16
“Instead of designing an app to unlock the door, consider auto-lock/unlock, e.g. with August.” via
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Smashing Magazine 24 Feb 16
If you have 45mins, follow the Conference livestream, with ’ UX Strategy talk streaming live:
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Smashing Magazine 24 Feb 16
Looking forward to running an eCommerce workshop at today. As a reference, eCommerce Checkout Touchpoints:
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Andy Budd 23 Feb 17
Replying to @micheltofahrn
Or UX designers only design micro-interactions, all micro-interactions have been solved, hence UX is dead /
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Andy Budd 23 Feb 17
Replying to @micheltofahrn
To summarise 's talk, If logical fallacy 1 and logical fallacy 2 and logical fallacy 3 are true then strawman
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UX Riga 14 Mar 16
Finally '16 Slides & Videos are published on . Find them included in each talk details. Enjoy the recap :)
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Ben Holliday 26 Feb 15
A few people have asked me about user research and agile today - this is a great blog post by
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Smashing Magazine 23 Feb 17
“Massive teams don’t work. Every single team should not have more than 8 people. A team no bigger that can be fed by two pizzas.”
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Andy Budd 23 Feb 17
Listening to , a Service Designer from 's explain why UX Design is dead
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Arne van Oosterom 5 Jun 18
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Smashing Magazine 25 Feb 16
“Instead of designing an app to actively prompt users to do something, the apps should do it automatically, staying invisible.”
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Mike Dick 13 May 19
Quick peek at my slides for later this week ... I'll be talking on how our helps us collaborate better together – will share full slides after!
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Ben Holliday 26 Feb 15
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Liga Letina 26 Feb 15
Biggest UX conference in Baltics today in Riga. Join online straming: excited to make it happen again
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Smashing Magazine 23 Feb 17
“Good design is difficult to achieve and hard to replicate. Design is the DNA of your product.” –
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Smashing Magazine 23 Feb 17
“Highly effective design teams have one designer for every 3–6 developers. Only then can design serve its purpose well.” —
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Smashing Magazine 23 Feb 17
“Third level design is how customers interact with a product. It’s how it behaves when used.” –
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Smashing Magazine 18 Feb 14
Great to be back in lovely Riga, Latvia, writing and editing from a coffee shop. Wonderful people, too!
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Smashing Magazine 20 Feb 14
@uxmo What are the most common input fields, checkboxes etc. that are always great to avoid in Web forms?
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Smashing Magazine 23 Feb 17
“Product market fit isn’t delivered by devs or product managers. To succeed, it has to be delivered by design teams.” –
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