We’ve started using a WordPress plugin to convert our website images to the faster-loading WebP format. But the even faster AVIF format is coming. First a ... full story »
For centuries, maps have helped us understand our world. Today, interactive maps can deliver nuanced information on demand, but present interesting UX and technical challenges. Here are two very different maps we built and how they solve specific problems. ... full story »
Your organization does good work. Your website should too. Unfortunately, it probably doesn’t. Hear from Gard’s Director of Web and Digital about why most websites are falling down on the job. ... full story »
In the recent article, “As Oregon execs dive into the political fray, we explore the risks of taking a stance,” Portland Business Journal interviewed public relations experts about ... full story »
Design is much more than decoration. Good technology design is ultimately about helping the user do their job, and do it well. Bad design hinders the user and, in some cases, can lead to nothing less than catastrophe.
User experience and user interface designers play matchmaker, bringing an organization and their audience together. As I outlined in User Experience Design is All Around Us, ... full story »
Redesigning a single, large website entails managing a lot of moving parts. Multiply that by four, set them on not-quite-parallel timelines, and it’s akin to playing ... full story »
Why are so many websites such bad examples of User Experience design? Following my first post, User Experience Design is All Around Us, this post will ... full story »