Drupal Europe will be taking place soon – different organization, different structure, same great community. There are a few things you need to know about this year’s edition of Europe’s largest Drupal conference, so let me tell you about them. But before I start, your case studies, as always, are more than welcome!
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We recently relaunched the updated front-end for Zürich Tourismus. In this blog post, I want to highlight some user experience improvements that we added to the existing Drupal 7 website using React. Enter the Zuerich.com filter pages.
UX, UI, and visual design are closely related and often intertwined. Like Escher's famous drawing of hands co-creating themselves on paper, to a new viewer, it can be difficult to know exactly where the pixels stop and where UX design begins.
Hello again. After my last post, we started looking into some additional inspiring design trends, but this time I've approached things a bit differently, by focusing more on User Experience. Yes, it’s awesome arriving at a website filled with animation, vibrant colour, bold typography and beautiful graphics; but what about functionality? After all, a website has to serve a purpose. Whether a brand wants a user to click a button, fill in a form or read an article, a good design can take them there, it has potential to engage the user, and can gently guide them to the ultimate conversion.
Exploring current design trends is a vital part of any designer’s role, at least that’s what most good designers believe. Unsurprisingly, most designers love to judge the work of their fellow creatives, by comparing their projects to current design trends showcased online. Naturally, this can be a little daunting as no red-blooded, Sketch-loving, PC-allergic designer wants to be seen as unfashionable or, heaven forbid, obsolete! For now, let’s leave that in 2017 with my 12-week old Mac Charger.
Lisa Müller and Mayce El-Kharouf run our Lab about HCD & Design Thinking at Digtalfestival on Wednesday, Sept 13 and Thursday, Sept 14 at this years’ #DiFe17.
How can we create products and systems that make user experiences better and simultaneously are ecologically beneficial? How can we establish green processes that consider recycling, reutilisation and incremental improvement?
Earlier this year we met Horizon Wood, a family owned and operated saw mill operating out of Kersey, Pennsylvania. We teamed up with Horizon to revitalize their aging online inventory system with an emphasis on three user stories —
Around 130 professionals who care about user experience design and usability gathered last Saturday at ZHdK (Toni Areal) in Zürich to share and discuss all the hot topics on and around UX. Here are a few of my thoughts and impressions of that day.
Have you ever thought that the placement of cookies in the shop window and their quantity can affect your perception of which cookies are more popular? Have you ever considered that literally everything around you is architectured in a certain way? Have you ever had a feeling that Information architecture is everywhere and in everything? This may sound weird, but this is true. Some time ago I was lucky to attend a workshop “Information Architecture for Everyone” given by Abby Covert, and I can’t stop thinking about the lessons I learned. It is now time to share them with you.
I was fortunate to attend the 3rd sold out UX South Africa Conference on 25 and 26 November, at the V&A Waterfront’s Atlantic Imbizo, overlooking the picturesque Cape Town harbour. It was a great setting for 2 days of UX education, inspiration and networking.