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UX Research

A Guide to User Journey Mapping

User journey maps help tell the story of customer experiences across a brand’s touchpoints. Read more about creating valuable journey maps.

UX Design

A Guide to Design Thinking

Design thinking is a combination of strategy, a method, and a worldview. Learn how to use design thinking for practical and creative problem-solving.

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Content Strategy

A Guide to Digital Content Strategy

Content strategy transforms user experiences and optimizes content workflows. Learn more about digital content strategy, why it’s important to your organization, and the key phases in creating your content strategy.

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UX Design

A Guide to Dashboard Design

A well-designed digital dashboard is a visual representation of your user’s most valuable data—and makes it easy for the user to ingest and take action on this information. Read more about how a digital dashboard can support your business objectives.

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UX Research

A Guide to Design Research

At its core, design research is about understanding user needs and assessing priorities before creating solutions. Learn how to incorporate design research into the early stages of your design process to focus your goals and ultimately create something that meets users’ needs.

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UX Research

A Guide to Heuristic Evaluations

A heuristic evaluation is an expert’s thorough assessment of a site’s UX, with the intent of detecting usability and accessibility issues. Learn more about heuristic evaluations and why you should integrate one into your next product design and development project.

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UX Design

A Guide to Human-centered Design

Human-centered design puts users and their needs at the center of our design practice and helps us create tools and applications as functional and necessary as they are beautiful. Read more about how human-centered design can help improve you users’ experience.

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DesignOps

A Guide to Integrate Agile into UX Design

There are many benefits of working in Agile: it breaks projects down into manageable, incremental steps, short timeframes help teams stay focused and aligned, and projects can quickly respond to customer and stakeholder feedback. Read more about how we implement Agile in our UX Design process.