Useagility’s Chrys Sullivan delivered conference break-out sessions at the 2016 AIM Infotech conference discussing the benefits of involving end-users throughout the product innovation and design process.
Useagility delivered the first webinar for the UXPA Professional Webinar series in January.
“We don’t have the budget to include UX.” It always amazes me, but the truth is that we hear this a lot.
Automated, or unmoderated testing tools make it easy to get rapid user feedback on a short timeline and tight budget but come with their own unique challenges.
Nothing brings new ideas to life like a picture. If you are looking at product innovation in the web, mobile and SaaS space, you'll need to start thinking about how to get early buy-in and approval to get projects off the ground.
The standard for B2B and enterprise systems is changing. As consumer products get easier to use, people’s expectations of ease-of-use for the technology they use at work have also increased.
ATI Nursing Education wanted to improve the design and user experience for its mobile assessment program and predictive pass/fail performance tools.
Flipping the classroom is a fast-growing trend in education. At Useagility, we believe that the best digital product strategy starts with uncovering unmet user needs and gathering insights that drive innovation.
Cloud storage services, while sometimes convenient, still have many usability flaws to work out.
It makes sense that reducing friction to sign-up should always produce the best business results for an e-commerce company. And generally speaking this is true. But some online businesses are actually using complexity in the sign-up process to drive conversion and increase the value of a customer to its business.