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Nonprofit organizations are always evolving – what's the best way to keep up with tagging management? We break it down into two major areas to consider: managing new tags and reviewing current tags.
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!
MCA Denver wanted a simpler experience for publishing events, but needed to combine content from multiple external sources. We designed a solution that let's them do just that, automating the parts that used to require tedious copy-and-paste.
- At Aten, we’ve used card sorting for years to help provide insight into a user’s point of view. In this post, I’d like to share a few simple takeaways to help get the most out of card sorting.
In order to create an effective user-centered experience, we create personas for key audience groups. Although a persona is a fictitious representative and may not be exactly like your real end users, the process of creating a persona helps to build empathy for the real people that are going to use the final product.
Wireframing is an integral part of our process. Our UXAs (User Experience Architects) use wireframing as a way to convey content hierarchy, content groupings and general structure. As a visual tool it helps our clients to see the weight and relationships of their content in an easy to digest format that content maps just don’t deliver. That’s why wireframing is a staple in our UX toolbox.
One of the things I love about Drupal is the entity reference field. In Drupal 8, entity reference fields are even better because they’re now included in Drupal Core. This makes building composed and well-structured data much easier. However, I think as Drupal developers and architects, we’re fundamentally misusing them in far too many cases. Over and over, we use entity references to denote a relationship between two entities instead of a simple reference or inclusion.
It takes 28 days to form a habit. Today I’ll share seven tips you can use to create a product that users will want to form a habit around.