From the Field
We chatted with Matan, a Product Manager that recently expanded his skill set to include UX. His project serves as a way to demonstrate his newly learned UX and Axure skills, as he explored new employment opportunities.
We chatted with Luke, who is a long-time Axure RP user and UX designer of 10-years about his Axure prototype. His project serves as a tool to help Anglo concertina players learn scales and chords. Learn more about how Luke built his working prototype in Axure RP.
Prototyping data-intensive experiences can be fun as well as challenging. These tips have helped an Axure user create effective, high fidelity prototypes that provide a rich understanding of how users interact with the Cost of Care Calculator.
Can you use a high fidelity prototype as a minimum viable product to get a startup off the ground? That’s exactly what SureVX founder Benjamin Stanley did: He used the Axure platform to make his idea a reality without having to invest crucial early-stage capital into software development.
Digital prototypes help teams test out new ideas quickly and cheaply, allowing them to catch potential usability issues before engineers spend valuable time building flawed features or products. It is through finding out where our assumptions fall short that we create the best products.
World Information Architecture Day, now in its sixth year, is taking place this Saturday at over 50 locations across five continents. The distributed conference subsists on the efforts of a small army of volunteer IA professionals, from local speakers and organizers to the global leadership team.
When ZS Associates went through a company-wide rebranding in 2014, Elizabeth Benker—at the time a Design Lead, and now the UX Manager for the firm's Javelin™ Product Suite—saw the opportunity for a systematic, standards-based approach to the design overhaul of the product portfolio.
There comes a time in the life of a young and successful manufacturing firm when disconnected homegrown systems and spreadsheets aren’t enough to keep up with the volume of demand. That’s when people like Ken Randall come into the picture.
In Italian, the word "fiori" means flower. Three years ago, that’s not a word that would likely spring to mind when thinking about enterprise business applications. SAP, known for creating software that form the digital spine of some of the world’s largest companies, recognized that.