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April is upon us, which means we’ve already seen some good pranks, tried to avoid the bouts of rain and enjoyed longer daylight hours. In between all that, we’ve read some really great articles, which you can too.
Here’s what we’ve been reading this week, a look back at the family computer, looking forward to the future of retail, and more.
Building the Pride in London app gave Red Badger the incredible opportunity to deliver an experience that would reach the community that make Pride happen year round. In late January, we kicked off the project with a workshop to define our product…
It was a bitterly cold morning as one-by-one, we hastily arrived at Clerkenwell Road for the second annual Red Badger User Experience and Design (UXD) team away day. An opportunity for us to spend time together away from projects, getting to know…
As UX designers we are always aiming to balance the needs of the user with the requirements of the business and with what’s technologically feasible.
But, but... accessibility makes design less creative…?
Well, no. Good design is inherently accessible. Saying it stops you being creative is a bad excuse for NOT doing a good design. I’m going to take you through why it is so, purely from a visual…
It’s been one month since I have started wearing the Apple Watch. From the outset I was a sceptic; my general lack of faith stemmed from seeing a former colleague use the watch on a phone call. Awkwardly speaking in to the device, he would…
This week I’m in Antwerp, Belgium for a 2 day Lean Change Agent workshop with Jason Little. Day 1 just ended and I’m exhausted!! But in that great my-brain-is-buzzing-with-new-ideas-and-information kind of way. Since my brain is way too excited to…
By the year 2015 I imagined the internet to be something close to how it was envisioned in Gabriele Salvatores’ Nirvana cyberpunk film. You’d plug yourself into cerebral cortex, put VR goggles on and off you would go flying into the cyberspace.
How many web enabled devices do you own? A very simple question. A phone? A tablet? A laptop? A desktop? These are just the basics. The most common. There are also web enabled TV’s, games consoles, and even fridges. Slowly more and more devices are…
With Gartner results showing that in 2014 mobile and tablet sales equated to approximately 2.4 billion unit sales compared to 318 million PCs and with an ever increasing proliferation of mobile devices, for many enterprise level organisations…
The Magic of Post-its
After speaking to over 50 locals about the Haller app, making reams of notes, taking over 600 photos and shooting 25 videos of usage and interviews, we are now a few days away from boarding our flight back to Blighty.
Coming to Africa to test a…