At Adobe MAX, Elvira will be sharing her experiences working as a multi-disciplinary designer in her talk, Storytelling at The Intersection of Architecture, Design, and Technology. We asked her for a sneak peek, and asked her to share tips for taking UX way beyond the screen.
The sex trafficking problem in Atlanta might not sound like a typical design challenge for UX designers to tackle, but for Robin Newman it was the perfect catalyst to launch Huge IMPACT.
AnnaMarie Bonura led a discussion with female design leaders Laura Naylor, Jamie Myrold, Bo Lu, and Nancy Douyon who shared their unique perspectives on how we can all work together, collaborate, and celebrate success in the workplace better.
At Adobe MAX, Zixuan will share some of the UX challenges and some of his company’s innovations during his talk Baidu Design: UX Innovations for A Billion Users. Ahead of that, we asked him to tell us more about designing for the Chinese market.
Move Quickly, Design Effectively: When a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Becomes A UX Designer’s Best Friend
Digital design is a fast-growing market with a lot of new products released on a daily basis, and it’s becoming more important than ever for designers to be able to move quickly. One of the best ways to do this is by designing for a MVP (minimum viable product).In this article, I’ll describe the concept of a MVP, show why it’s so valuable for designers, and identify two popular strategies UX designers can use to create a MVP.
Will MacIvor is currently a Design Lead at Shopify, and his path to getting there has been a winding one. In conversation, MacIvor shared his experiences and advice on UX and beyond.