Is your digital product usable in the real world? In this post, we explore the importance of discovering user and product context and designing experiences that take the entire context into account.
Knowing why we do what we do is central to doing our work well. The team at Useagility broke down our company’s mission and shared how it applies in our daily work.
The future of the progressive web app (PWA) is bright: As the feature set grows, the PWA offers a valuable option alongside native apps and traditional web sites.
How can we recognize bias in design? By looking at where design has failed, we are able to better understand our own unconscious bias.
In the age of COVID-19, the lack of concise and reliable information about the virus has upended our sense of control and safety. We offer recommendations to make popular COVID-19 data visualizations more useful to the wide range of individuals looking to them for answers in the midst of pandemic chaos.
Heuristic evaluation is a useful tool to ensure a design is up to industry standards, but why use it? We break down what it is, who does it, and why you should consider utilizing it for your product or website.
We gathered a shortlist of what to stop, start, and continue doing as we navigate working together during a pandemic.
With the global spread of COVID-19, remote work and remote learning became the new normal. Even if students return to classrooms in the fall, opportunities for remote learning will continue to abound. eLearning companies have a timely opportunity to invest in design for the changed world.
Creating a culture that fosters innovation is something many aspire to but few reach. To help organizations take a step towards building a culture that thrives on innovation, we provide an overview of 4 traits that are essential to creating an innovative culture and ultimately, transforming your products and disrupting your market.
Designing and building voice-first user interfaces are fraught with challenges. When designing interfaces with no visible features it is easy to overlook design requirements. For companies, discovering these requirements is essential to the successful use and adoption of voice-first user interfaces. We explore what companies should consider when designing and outline best practices for VUIs.