In these few short years, we have already crossed the software requirement, experimenting not just with services that so democratize and lower the barrier of entry to websites that often look indistinguishable from many custom jobs, but we are also toying with AI in such a way that websites lay themselves out best suited for their content.
Impressions of some key innovations of Primo’s new UI as well as challenges involved making customizations.
Trey Gordner and Stephen Bateman from Koios (www.koios.co) design services that amplify the discoverability and searchability of libraries with real emphasis on the end-user experience.
Libraries are so concerned with being help-desk level professionals that they are ignoring the in-house opportunity for design and development expertise and unable to comprehend the role that plays in libraries’ independence.
This webinar will focus on the prevailing quackery that exists in the field of UX when working with various stakeholders, performing research, or conducting user testing, and what UX professionals can do to weed-out the quacks.
“It’s a move away from using native applications to something else.”
If you didn’t think your grip on web accessibility could get any looser.
Nobody can quite agree on just what user experience audits do. It’s an ambiguity that extends across the table. As a term, it fails to describe its value to client stakeholders. Let me suggest an alternative.