Use this simple, collaborative workshop to help clearly articulate your organization’s core values and establish a framework for effective design and copy.
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Your public library has evolved. No longer just a place where books are stored and borrowed, libraries provide an open gateway to a universe of information, media and the arts. Libraries are vibrant hubs for connected communities. They offer events, programs, meeting spaces, technology resources, and a host of other services for the public.
When working with limited photography, it can be difficult to create a visually compelling site. There are many ways to work around this, all you need is a little creativity!
After switching careers from advertising to User Experience Design and surviving my first year, I've compiled a list of key lessons you need to know to be successful when beginning a new role in UX Architecture.
It may seem terrifying, but sharing the process behind your design is worth it. Showing an understanding of the problem you’re trying to solve goes beyond just presenting a polished design. Opening up your design process to your team and your clients leads to better results. Here are some helpful tips to hopefully make it less nerve-wracking to share your work before it's completely finished.
Designing interfaces for pre-k children presents a handful of challenges when it comes to understanding their needs and stepping into their (much smaller) shoes. Here are a few things we consider when designing a game interface for young users.
If you find the idea of wireframe sketching a bit intimidating, try these helpful tools and UX cards to make the process as painless as possible.
The tuition and fees calculator we built with Stanford Summer Session allows prospective students to plan their summer at Stanford, and it's been a hit with students and staff!
The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA) is hands-down one of my favorite local destinations. It was a huge privilege and exciting opportunity to work on their new website. One of our primary objectives on the project was to create tools that provide MCA’s content authors really flexible control of the layout on key pages.
Custom styled form elements are a common thing to see in a design. That’s because default form styles vary visually from browser to browser and OS to OS. It makes sense that we’d want these elements styled consistently. Styling them is pretty straightforward, with the exception of
selectdropdowns which can be more complex. Recently, I ran into an unexpected problem when working on a site that needed a branded admin experience.