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There’s no doubt that working on something we care about is both rewarding and exciting, especially if it aligns with a purpose close to our hearts. Sometimes though, our day jobs can’t always provide us with engagement on this level. For instance, only 30% of the U.S workforces report being enthusiastic and committed to their work. With 62% of 18–26-year-olds… Read More →

One of the greatest information processors we deal with in our everyday life cannot be seen or touched. It cannot be bought or sold as well as taken from other people; however, it can be developed and strengthened by many ways. It cannot be easily described but belongs to the most precious features of human life and determines perhaps any… Read More →

We have a great opportunity at my company right now: our platform has been developing daily in the last years, but this has happened although we lack a clear process of thinking content embedded in new features. So it’s about time we jump into that gap and fill it with some well developed UX Writing. “We lack a clear process… Read More →

We revisit Chartmogul to take a look at some of the changes and trends in SaaS landing page design in 2017. This expanded analysis looks at the landing pages of over 100 SaaS businesses of all sizes — with some powerful insights! Our last landing page analysis is still one the most popular articles on ChartMogul. Given that it’s been 18 months… Read More →

In this two-part blog series, we will be exploring the impact of design on LogoGrab and the importance of hiring a designer for any company. Part One will delve into the world of design, exploring the trials and tribulations of hiring a skilled designer. I recently spoke with Luca Boschin, the CEO from innovative logo detection company, LogoGrab and a… Read More →

“To learn philosophy, begin by delving into a single philosopher.” That’s what my history teacher told me in the last year of high school. And although I’ve never really learned much from philosophy, this line has been guiding me whenever I need to immerse myself into a new field of study. Leaving newsrooms and publishing houses to enter a technology… Read More →

As individuals, and as designers, we are all looking for those special qualities in our jobs. It can sometimes be overwhelming stepping into the job market. We question: Will the role be challenging enough? What can I expect to work on? How do my own values match to that of the business? After a while the answers just become guess… Read More →

You are conducting user research — whether you know it or not As a UX designer, I have heard lots of reasons why not to conduct user research. Usually, I hear the classics, ‘we don’t have enough time’ and ‘we don’t have enough money’, but occasionally I’ll also get ‘users don’t know what they want’, or ‘you’re the UX expert —… Read More →

Everything that surrounds you is a product of design. The watch you’re wearing, the pen you’re using, even that paper calendar cube on your desk that you almost never use. It was someone’s job to sit down and come up with it from scratch. We have all kinds of designers nowadays. Product, industrial, graphic, interior, UI – you name it…. Read More →

Sometimes, smaller incremental changes can go unnoticed alongside major product releases but without them, a product would probably be completely different. It’s the same with Marvel – we’re always making those small changes that lead to a better product. Our Customer Experience team is constantly listening and sharing your feedback with the rest of the Marvel staff so we can understand… Read More →

Coming from university or a UX career transition, you’ve spent time to perfect your portfolio and resume-what now? You scroll over job boards, take a look at openings from big tech companies, and gloss over a few design agencies you’ve come across at Behance. On the other hand, some of your friends are building a startup, and they need a… Read More →

I’m one of those designers who use Windows as a primary operating system. I also have moderate experience with Linux and almost none with macOS. After recent Microsoft and Apple press conferences, there was a significant upset from Apple users and some of them were considering to switch over to Windows. I decided to layout my workflow and what software… Read More →

Making errors is an integral part of the way we humans live. We trip over when we are learning to walk and we press the wrong buttons when we use new UI. This fact is very unlikely to change soon. As Designers, we must have that in mind when designing. Our designs must be aimed at preventing errors happening. Design… Read More →