Here are a few things we’ve found helpful for keeping design systems flexible – and designers sane – at enterprise scale.
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Around a year ago, we discovered meetings had become a leading culprit for killing time. So we implemented the "no-meetings-days" concept in order to prioritize deep thinking and important solo work.
Creating a brand strategy from scratch can seem daunting. Here are three exercises you can use in branding workshops to help kick things off.
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.
Every client has direct access to their project team within Aten. We've found that collaborating in this way allows our team to develop deep, personal connections with our clients, understand how to best engage their stakeholders and ultimately, build empathy for their users.
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.
Sometimes running composer update can cause unexpected problems. Here is the procedure we use to keep our short-term changes separate from our local updates, keeping your local site error-free.
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!
Catering to multiple audiences is a frequent challenge in website design. Learn how our process helps us create websites that cater to multiple audiences with a wide variety of needs.