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8 Ways You Can Build Trust Through Design

5th April 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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A couple of weeks ago, I attended a meet-up in London run by the Service Design Network, where we discussed how we can improve the way we design for those who are vulnerable, as well as how to build trust through design.

Building trust is not an easy task – but if businesses aren’t able to achieve it, or lose it, the results can be fatal (you only need to look at the recent news about Facebook to grasp the impact that loss of confidence can have).


What Makes A Good UX Designer?

28th March 2018 - This post has 2 comments
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In a world with an ever-increasing number of UX designers (as well as ever-increasing confusion about what “UX” actually entails), how can you tell the good from the bad? What are the things you need to look out for, and the things to avoid? Don’t worry; we’re here to help! Here’s a list of key UX skills and some top tips for identifying them.


5 Great Examples of Emotion in Design

19th March 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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Think about a piece of creative – whether it’s a television advert, an email, a website or a physical object – that has had a lasting effect on you. It’s likely that as you’re picturing it, a huge part of what you remember will be the emotion you felt at the time. When you think about it, you won’t just recall what it was and what it looked like; you’ll remember if the images made you smile, or if the copy made you feel inspired.


Bunnytalking With Beano Studios: How To Design an Award-Winning Experience

16th March 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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Last night, we were lucky enough to have James Nation, Head of Design and UX at Beano Studios, visit our London office to talk about how he and his team designed their award-winning website.


We’ve Trained 200 People! A CPUX Course Milestone

1st March 2018 - This post has 1 comment
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We’re thrilled to say that, as of this year, we’ve hit a milestone: over 200 people will have taken our Certified Practitioner of User Experience (CPUX) courses!


UX Trends – Workshop Recap

21st February 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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The word ‘trendy’ usually brings to mind one of two things: older people trying desperately to keep up-to-date with current fads, or someone who has a willingness to follow, rather than lead. It’s true: blindly following trends – in your personal and professional life – because of your peers, colleagues or competitors is rarely a good thing to do.


Designing Chatbots: A Guide

13th February 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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When people think “chatbot”, it’s often not in a positive way. People conjure up images of themselves frustratingly sat by their laptop, as the conversational UI they’ve been speaking to replays the same error message over and over again. And that is certainly the case sometimes – chatbots designed by Facebook for their Messenger platform had a 70% failure rate only last year – but it doesn’t have to be.


Talking UX, Psychology and The Power of 100 at UX Sheffield

5th February 2018 - Be the first to comment on this post
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What do a 40% decrease in traffic accidents overnight, an evening spent watching TV and a good night’s sleep have to do with digital product design? Quite a lot, it turns out.


Ten Things You Need To Know About Open Banking

Open banking launched in the UK earlier this month and is set to shake up the financial services industry as we know it. But how will it really affect customers and service providers?

Here’s the ten things you need to know about open banking…


Inclusive Design Isn’t a ‘Nice-To-Have’ – It’s a Necessity for Innovation

‘Accessibility’ doesn’t sound very sexy. At best, it feels irrelevant to many and is seen more often as a box-ticking exercise or ‘nice to have’, rather than a necessity. But that viewpoint couldn’t be more wrong.


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