Design

01 02 2018
Posted by Rawan
01
UX ≠ Minimalism

To the layman, overzealous college entrepreneur, or misguided professional, the thought of UX might bring to mind simplistic design, sleek look-and-feel, and minimalist UI. Basically, what they think of is...

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19 01 2018
Posted by Rawan
02
Boosting Product-Market Fit with UX

Product-market fit is an indicator of your product's likelihood of success in the real world. Although its metrics can be quite elusive, it's almost always definitive of your product's health...

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15 01 2018
Posted by Echouser Team
03
Communicating the Value of UX

Every now and then, we gather as a team to consider current and contested topics in UX design and research. Part of what we love about our discussions is the...

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27 10 2017
Posted by Echouser Team
04
Designing Avatars for Cats

National Cat Day is on October 29th -- and we’re already celebrating. At EchoUser, our pets have a special place in our hearts. Jie Tang, experience designer and pet enthusiast,...

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28 08 2017
Posted by Rawan
05
Designing Avatars for Dogs

August 26 marked an auspicious occasion: National Dog Day! ‘Tis a joyous day, one for us to celebrate the pups and paws that fill our homes with companionship and our...

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13 07 2017
Posted by Navarre Joseph
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3 Things to Consider When Taking On an Enterprise Design Project

Enterprise applications are the tools of industrial-grade data movement. They don’t just move information -- say, funds -- from a user’s checking account to a vendor’s checking account; this is...

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05 06 2017
Posted by Yi-Ying Lin
07
Design Inclusive Machine Learning

“Alexa, play Explosions in the Sky on Spotify.” “Alexa, what’s the weather now?” “Alexa, wake me up at 7:30.” Since getting Amazon Echo Dot, aka Alexa, I talk to her...

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19 04 2017
Posted by Echouser Team
08
How a Designer Captures Reality

A few months ago, I attended World IA Day, where I heard a talk called Designing for Intelligence by JD Vogt from Salesforce. One thing I deeply resonated with were...

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12 07 2016
Posted by Laura Mattis
09
Why Go Lo-Fi?

As a graphic designer, I used a sketchbook to take notes, make small sketches and conduct calculations. These annotated diagrams were always intended to organize myself, not to be artful...

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25 05 2016
Posted by Christina Loo
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Paint Points in VR

Thanks to innovations like Google Cardboard, many people have already began to immerse themselves into the world of VR. It has been a hot topic in Silicon Valley for a...

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