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ANALYSIS &
UX DESIGN

Whiteboard sessions, research, interviews, site maps, task flow diagrams, product roadmaps, and wireframes.

SOFTWARE PROTOTYPING

Interactive, non-functional prototypes that let you experience your software application before you invest in developing it.

TESTING & OPTIMIZING

Usability testing and evaluations, A/B multivariate testing, conversion rate optimization, search engine optimization

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DEVELOPMENT

Front-end JavaScript development, back-end .NET, ColdFusion and SQL development, content management systems.

Recent UX / UI Design and Development Projects

UX / UI Blog Post Articles

"Where are my YouTube Videos?" #UXFAIL

If you've ever uploaded a video on YouTube, you may have found it difficult to find that video in your YouTube account later on after you've uploaded it. Google "Where are my YouTube Videos?" and you'll find that this is not a unique 'user issue'.

Why A Poor 'Visual Hierarchy' Will Destroy Your Software's User Experience

"When everything appears important, nothing is important". This quote still repeats in my head everyday — and for good reason.

Why The Google Places API Search Failed Our Usability Tests

Whenever we perform usability tests, we inevitably discover something we didn't expect — which is exactly why we test. Read why our implementation of Google's Places API for business searches failed our test.
Dedicated UX Team

5 Reasons Why You Should Hire A 'Dedicated UX Team'

More and more of our clients are taking advantage of our 'Dedicated UX Team' engagement model whereby we carefully select and assign a group of UX resources to our client's project(s) throughout the entire duration of our engagement.

5 Things The New Gmail Design Got Wrong

Google recently launched its revamped Gmail design and, while there many things they got right, there are some things we feel they got wrong — in just the left sidebar.

Why and How UX Designers Should Perform User Shadowing

User Shadowing is an extremely useful behavioral observation practice that is used by UX designers and researchers to learn how people perform day-to-day tasks within their natural environment.

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