Tag: user experience

Case Study: Avalyn Pharma Progressive Web App

by | August 8th, 2017

Avalyn Pharma is a biopharma company committed to developing improved therapies for the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) and other severe respiratory diseases. PINT and Avalyn have partnered on their web presence for years, and together we launched a Progressive Web App earlier this year. Since then, we’ve seen the following results: <1.5 seconds […]

Case Study: FEMSA Website Maintenance

by | May 17th, 2016

For this project, PINT was tasked with improving upon existing website features for our client, FEMSA under a website maintenance agreement. FEMSA a multinational company headquartered in Monterrey, Mexico. They operate the largest independent Coca-Cola bottling group in the world and the biggest convenience store chain in Mexico.

User Interviews for Smarter Web Development

by | February 5th, 2016

User interviews are foundational to our user-centered research process here at PINT. While there are a range of UX research methods — each appropriate for a specific context — we find interviews to be one of the most commonly applicable methods, and we conduct them for almost every project. However, the user interview process may […]

New UX Tools and Resources

by | June 15th, 2015

The user experience (UX) space changes pretty quickly. Trends and tools come and go at an almost daily pace. As a result, UX professionals generally appreciate anything that makes it easier to stay on top of the latest things happening in our area of expertise. To help this cause, I’ve put together a list of […]

UX Trends: Drunk UX

by | April 23rd, 2015

UX trends come and go, but sometimes we come across one that sticks. What’s the most entertaining UX trend of recent weeks? “Drunk UX” is definitely in the running. The idea is to assess the usability of a site… after a drink or two. We may find it a little more interesting than other firms, after […]

The Pitfalls of Browser Perceptions

by | September 19th, 2014

“Which browser do you use?” After the past twenty years of “browser wars,” this is a loaded question intended to stuff individuals into neat little cubbyholes: Is your customer platform-loyal? Is your coworker appropriately concerned about security? Is your Grandma’s browser unable to handle the video element or is it time to take her to […]

User Experience on Newspaper Websites

by | May 27th, 2014

Over the years, the means by which news stories are delivered to the public has changed. While printed stories are not completely obsolete, digital stories have become the way many of us obtain our news in this digital age. Think about what you’re more likely to see in a day: someone with a newspaper in their […]

UX Review of Facebook’s New Ad Layout

by | May 1st, 2014

Not many people like ads. Well, at least it seems like they’ve been trained not to like them. Personally, I started distrusting ads when I heard about the viruses commonly associated with them. Because of this, I made a habit of avoiding most content that had even the slightest whiff of advertising. Unless it was relevant […]