Blog Posts Tagged With user experience (UX)

Growth Hacking that creates great UX

Growth Hacking That Creates Great UX

To some entrepreneurs, growth hacking sounds like short-term, get-rich-quick business planning. But it’s definitely more than that. Growth hacking means more than obsessively focusing on increasing the number of users your product has. Although this remains a defining feature of the growth hacking strategy, it doesn’t work unless you put plans in place for keeping […]
Hits and Misses in 2018 UX Design

Hits and Misses in 2018 UX Design

2018 has been a pivotal year for businesses looking to improve their user experience (UX) design. As advanced technologies become more readily available, companies have been able to create intuitive and user-friendly layouts while intelligently adapting to their user’s needs. While many companies have taken advantage of new design principles to build a better UX […]
How to get started with UX

How to Get Started with UX

User experience (UX) is no longer an optional component of a larger branding initiative — it’s a necessary aspect of business survival. The UX design process is an almost scientific approach to understanding customer behaviors and using that data to create unique, engaging solutions that convert sales and create long-term brand ambassadors. Intimidated yet? You […]

[WEBINAR] Let’s Solve Your Five Biggest User Experience Problems

The panel we assembled: Leigh Allen- Aredondo, Head of User Experience, Spruce Up and Host of Podcast UX Cake Michael Woo, UX Manager, UpTop Craig Nishizaki, Sr. Director of Business, Design, and Development at UpTop Key themes that we covered: Having the right mindset when making user experience decisions  Effective communication between cross-functional teams, management, […]

[VIDEO] How Design Thinking Has Influenced Our Work

We have Michael Woo and Thomas Wu talking about how it has influenced their lives as designers. We also have a design thinking playbook for you start utilizing and impacting business needs with this framework today.

Why Growth Hacking Is UX Design

Sitting at the crossroads of engineering, data science, and creative marketing is a growing trend that the start-up industry has termed “growth hacking.” Although not quite a buzzword – yet, growth hacking is used to describe the rhythms that encourage quick and scalable growth for start-up companies. Sean Ellis coined the term, and it arose […]

[WEBINAR] Why UX Will Make or Break Your Business

User experience might be the most underrated part of growing a successful business. Far too many companies treat it like an afterthought, rather than a primary goal. And this is to their detriment. Sure, as a UX design and development agency, we might be a little biased here, but given the transformative results we’ve seen […]
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Gartner APPS Recap: Emotions Charge Experience

Think about the last time you had an excellent experience, whether that is online or in-store. What did that make you feel? Happy, engaged and satisfied are common words used when customers relate good interactions with businesses. Now think about a time where you had a terrible experience with a company. When you got off […]
sales challenges that can be improved with UX

5 Sales Challenges That Can Be Improved With UX Design

In a recent Forrester study, a dichotomy was drawn between organizations that invest in customer experience and those that do not. Forrester’s data determined that over a five year period, the organizations that adopted CX-driven practices saw a 17 percent spike in revenue year-over-year. Meanwhile, organizations that were slow to adapt grew at only 3 […]
why ceos cannot be skeptical about budgeting for UX part 2

Why CEO’s Cannot Be Skeptical About Budgeting For UX – Part II

Halfway through 2017, savvy organizations are already laying the foundation for their 2018 strategies and building the budgets that will help them reach their goals. In Part 1 of this series we examined a few ways that UX research and design can be imperative for helping organizations succeed, despite the fact that many CEOs remain […]