5 User Experience Research Tips You Can’t Afford To Ignore

5 User Experience Research Tips You Can’t Afford To Ignore

There was a great post in my Linkedin feed recently by Luke Wroblewski of Google, with some simple and powerful stats. It’s a great post with bare facts on mobile phone usage. 2,600 interactions, just 6 ‘phone unlocks’ per hour and 14 hours of ‘awakeness’ just demonstrate how heavily mobile phones feature in our dailyContinue Reading

Collaboration is a team sport

Collaboration is a team sport

If there is one topic that stands out in my mind in the last few months, it would be the topic of collaboration. We have been asked to help others collaborate and we ourselves also desire greater collaboration in our work. Why is collaboration so needed in our workplace? Why do talent searchers look forRead more

Making the Move Into UX

Making the Move Into UX

Finding the right career is no small feat. From a design background perspective, I’ll talk about the things I felt were important to keep in mind when looking for the right job. This blog post is inspired by someone who had approached me looking for advice on transitioning into UX, in her case, from aRead more

A Brief Look Into the History of Landing Page Design

A Brief Look Into the History of Landing Page Design

If you’ve never had a chance to look back through internet archives, I would highly recommend you do.  It’s a fascinating look into the history of digital design and it’s interesting to look at the various trends that occur across time. Taking a look at some popular websites over the years, I’ve noticed a fewRead more

How to Engage Remote Work Teams

How to Engage Remote Work Teams

When I first joined Akendi, I had never experienced working with a remote team via Skype. I had used Skype to keep in touch with friends and family in other cities and countries, but never before for workplace meetings and conversations. Prior to Akendi, my project conversations and meetings were always face to face, butRead more

Experience Thinking™ Maturity: 5 strategies to de-risk the experience

Experience Thinking™ Maturity: 5 strategies to de-risk the experience

Predicting how many teams figure out their product requirements has been following a distinct pattern over the years for me. Many times when I find myself in a sales situation, the conversation arrives at how the organization’s team has designed and, prior to that, figured out, what the product should be or do.  In short,Read more