Posts tagged with Design

How to put people at the heart of your design sprint

It’s not always enough to trust in the process of design sprints. They push people to shift their mindsets, change their behaviours and deal with awkward situations. A solid process alone just won’t cut it. 

You need to put people’s needs at the heart of the process. That’s the only way to get the full and lasting benefit of a design sprint.

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A day in the life of... a design strategy lead at Fjord

It's a cracking 'day in the life' this week, as we spend time with John Jones, global design strategy lead at Fjord.

Let's see what makes Jones tick. And remember, if you're looking for a new role, check out the Econsultancy jobs board yourself.

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UX trends in 2018: What do the experts predict?

Our expert commentators have already discussed what they made of 2017, so what do they expect and hope for next year?

Let's find out...

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What were the biggest UX trends of 2017?

We've all been ordering our toilet tissue through Alexa, right?

Maybe not exactly. Let's ask the experts about the biggest user experience (UX) trends in 2017.

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chelsea ikona

A day in the life of... a web designer for a programmatic ad company

Chelsea Ikona is a web designer at Sociomantic, a display advertising company and part of Dunnhumby, the customer science company, wholly owned by Tesco.

What does a designer do for a programmatic ad firm? We're about to find out...

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14 reasons businesses are failing at user-centred design

The importance of design is growing as we demand more digital services. 

Yet, despite all the rhetoric, organisations seem to be neutering their user experience (UX) and design teams through a lack of understanding and sponsorship.

What changes are needed?

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How Coca-Cola uses design to create a memorable customer experience

Brad Rencher, Executive Vice President at Adobe, kicked off the first day of this year’s Adobe Summit London with a speech on why ‘experiences’ are at the heart of the most successful brands.

Coca Cola is arguably one of the biggest experience-based brands of all time, with both its past and future shaped by how it is able to communicate the idea that there is no better one than drinking an ice cold Coke.

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27 bold UX & design features from disruptive retail brands

Shopping online can be a refreshing and enjoyable experience. But consumers may have forgotten that fact, after years of using identikit ecommerce sites that are functional but drab.

Thankfully, challengers and disruptors in retail are imbuing their websites with brand character and providing a customer experience not far removed from a store visit.

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andrew clark

A day in the life of... a full stack designer

At Econsultancy we've recently been turning the spotlight on design.

So, for this week's Day in the Life, we caught up with Andrew Clark, a full stack designer at the digital agency DXagency.

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10 inspiring examples of design-led brands

Brands that employ design thinking are perhaps easier to spot than they used to be.

That's because we interact with many fast-growing digital businesses primarily through our screens.

So, for a service like Deliveroo (which delivers somebody else's product), aside from meeting the delivery person at the door, we know the brand purely as an app experience (and from noting the colourful riders in the street).

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12 tips to help find the right UX and design supplier

If you're looking for an organisational guide to user experience and interaction design, look no further.

Econsultancy has just published User Experience and Interaction Design for Mobile and Web, a best practice guide available to subscribers.

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What is design thinking?

Is it a mindset? Or a process? Or just useless business speak?

Let's investigate the meaning of design thinking.

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