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Jan
2016

In Process
Samuel Roach
Technology
UX

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UX in India: Chennai and Bangalore

On 02, Jan 2016 | In Process, Samuel Roach, Technology, UX | By admin

Just returned for a UX consulting visit for my client Fidelity Investments. My 2 week trip included  Chennai, Bangalore and Dubai. The mission was to help start up 2 teams that would be working on one of the largest redesign project in Fidelity, STE (Service Transaction Enablement). Slated for 3 years, this project will be working to redesign and make responsive (mobile) the 180 service transactions on the Fidelity.com site.

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12

Feb
2014

In Design
Process
UX

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Integrating interaction design in agile development

On 12, Feb 2014 | In Design, Process, UX | By admin

I was sent this article by a friend who is a Production Manager at Dell. I see alot of similarities to my own Sprint 0 process…enjoy.

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Jun
2013

In Design
Mobile
Samuel Roach
Technology
UX

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UX Mobile tools & tips

On 19, Jun 2013 | In Design, Mobile, Samuel Roach, Technology, UX | By admin

I am currently working as a UX/IA designer helping to build out a new and improved web-based media library for Constant Contact. In doing so, I have also been tasked with working with their mobile team to come up with mobile solutions that reflect the same feature sets that will exist in my web application. Read more…

07

Mar
2013

In UX

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Jared Spool – The Unintuitive Nature of Creating Intuitive Designs?

On 07, Mar 2013 | In UX | By admin

I recently re-watched a fantastic 2011 video explaining the art and science of intuitive design by Jared Spool. I recently attended one of his lectures in Waltham, to a packed house…he just never fails to deliver.  Read more…

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19

Nov
2012

In Design
Process
Technology
UX

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What happens when your client does not act on your UX recommendations

On 19, Nov 2012 | In Design, Process, Technology, UX | By admin

Once a month the best and brightest user experience professionals are invited to share tips of the trade at UX Oxford. Recent speakers at this Bunnyfoot and White October sponsored event included UX consultants Caroline Jarrett and Steve Krug. Read more…

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16

Nov
2012

In Design
UX

By admin

Pinterest Design Founder, Sahil Lavingia

On 16, Nov 2012 | In Design, UX | By admin

“Designers, designers, designers” has become the new “developers, developers, developers.” Witness the ever-growing list of job postings for product designers, UI designers, user research designers, UX designers. They’re posted faster than I can read them. Someone needs a “senior design champion” Read more…

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16

Nov
2012

In Design
Technology
UX

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HTML 508 Checklist

On 16, Nov 2012 | In Design, Technology, UX | By admin

The following checklist is an expanded, more detailed, version of the previous HTML checklist.  It should be used Department-wide by HHS staff to verify that HTML web pages and applications meet the requirements established by the Access Board.
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16

Nov
2012

In Design
Technology
UX

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Good news for iOS6

On 16, Nov 2012 | In Design, Technology, UX | By admin

The head-to-head battle between Apple Inc. and Google Inc. in mobile maps is drawing nearer. Read more…

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07

Nov
2012

In Process
UX

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Should content strategy be included in your UX deliverables?

On 07, Nov 2012 | In Process, UX | By admin

Joseph Dickerson writes:

Yes, with a couple of conditions.

I have often lobbied that content strategy and “tone of voice” be a part of any UX architecture, and that type of arguement comes natural and easy for me because… well, I’m a writer. My background is in journalism, and so I have experience in writing that many people in UX don’t. So my first disclaimer is don’t just have content strategy because you think it’s Read more…

12

Oct
2012

In Opinion
Process
Samuel Roach
UX

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Mandatory Presentations: Improving Voter User Experience

On 12, Oct 2012 | In Opinion, Process, Samuel Roach, UX | By admin

Watching the debates with my two daughters, it struck me how much of a disservice the current presidential debates play in the process of electing our leaders. Having two candidates stand in front of a live audience, argue vague stats and position for sound bites; provides little to no real context on which to base such an important civic decision.
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