5 ideas for user research when you can’t talk to users
30th June 2020
At times, getting direct access to your users can be tricky. In this article we discuss 5 ways to conduct audience research, even when you can’t talk to people.
Design Sprints. What are they, and why should you try one?
16th June 2020
This week-long process for design and discovery is a great way to kick-start your project. Learn about how Design Sprints work, and when you should use them.
What is a Discovery Phase?
2nd June 2020
A Discovery Phase gives agencies the time to understand a client’s problems, before committing to a solution.
Choosing a suitable project management tool
26th May 2020
Simply put, there are too many to choose from. At the end of the day there is no right or wrong answer.
Designing the perfect landing page
19th May 2020
One of the most important roles of your website is to turn first-time visitors into loyal customers. Landing pages play a massive part in this.
Streamlining a website’s navigation : a practical example
12th May 2020
Intuitive navigation starts with good information architecture. In this post we share five simple steps to refine a cluttered navigation.
Running a kick-ass kick-off workshop
7th May 2020
You’ve got two hours and a room full of anxious, opinionated stakeholders. How do you get the information you need to kickstart your digital project?
The Cobra Effect in digital projects
4th May 2020
If the right goals aren’t set at the beginning, it can have a disastrous impact on your product. This history lesson warns us of the consequences.
8 awesome examples of ‘no results found’ pages
1st May 2020
Great products plan for the unexpected. These awesome examples avoid dead-ends, and turn errors into opportunities.
Designing for the edge cases
17th April 2020
A common mistake is to only plan for the perfect scenario. Great designs prepare for the unexpected, as well as the ideal.
Managing an incremental redesign
18th March 2020
Thoughts and tips on working as an extension to an in-house team implementing change.
The paradox of choice. Why more isn’t always better
17th March 2020
Humans are trained to think the more, the better. But too much choice can prevent decision-making, and cause usability issues.