User Experience

A collection of 44 posts

Learn how to make design decisions from user experience data - both qualitative and quantitative behavioral research. ...

Annie Devine
By Annie Devine
Apr 12

If your current site isn’t meeting needs, should you complete a website redesign or implement continuous improvement? Check out the pros and cons of both. ...

Steffani Bolhofner
By Steffani Bolhofner
Jul 30

Mobile first design focuses on designing for the smallest screen size and slowest browser first then working up from there using progressive enhancement. ...

Julian Dutton
By Julian Dutton
Jul 6

With #BIO2017 coming to a close, I wanted to write a brief post about some things partnering companies could to improve their websites before #BIO2018 in Boston. I had the ...

Charlie Scala
By Charlie Scala
Jun 23

I’m reviewing Optimal Workshop’s new user research tool, Reframer. This tool has potential to help us glean more (and more meaningful) information from our qualitative research sessions at ...

Carrie Nusbaum
By Carrie Nusbaum
Oct 24

For many projects, the web design process begins with a formal Discovery phase. The Discovery phase is critical for a successful website redesign. Discovery insights shape the direction of the ...

Alexis Shen
By Alexis Shen
Jul 8

Last week we got wind of a new UX research tool on the scene: NASDAQ Mosaiq. It is an app developed by NASDAQ’s internal product design team. This week, ...

Carrie Nusbaum
By Carrie Nusbaum
May 23

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 ...

Carrie Nusbaum
By Carrie Nusbaum
Feb 5

There are some cool renovations taking place at PINT. To make way for construction, we were forced to review our bookshelves. Remember books? So do we. But how many of ...

Carrie Nusbaum
By Carrie Nusbaum
Aug 17

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