As a UX designer and researcher, I’ve been paying close attention as user and customer privacy on the web becomes a bigger part of the public consciousness.
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What if there were a way to instantly improve your UI design with almost no effort on your part?
I gave a talk at Red River College on the topic of accessibility and sustainable design for a lecture series called “Designing Sustainability.”
How to craft better, more effective survey invitation emails.
From a talk to UX Winnipeg: How do word choices and language impact the user experience, and how we can create better user experiences through the better use of language?
What can a parking kiosk can tell us about the state of an experience?
Why is Netflix’s “Skip Intro” button is making a big impact?
What can buyouts in “Magic: the Gathering” teach us about user experience?
“I’m here today to share some thinking on User Experience. Let’s start with a story.”
How do great experiences define and measure closeness as part of the user experience?
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