The theme of Agile Australia 2014 is “embracing disruption” and focuses on better ways to build software, innovate through collaboration and build a culture which supports and empowers teams.
DO’s and DON’Ts for user/ customer experience strategies. A customer’s positive experience is at the heart of a successful product or service.
The journey to bridge the great divide in the search for organisational responsiveness is a complex one and it takes more than a few advocates and shiny job titles to bring it to life.
A look at the logout feature on mobile and web apps and audit some popular websites to demonstrate how many logout variations there can be. And some practical advice on how to make a logout function intuitive.
Many of the topics discussed were about how to best use the richer data now available to target the right people with the right message at the right time though the right channel.
Why flat design is just another new trend that designers and users are still coming to terms with. As time goes by, the style will mature and refine and things such as affordance and usability issues will be addressed.
Over the course of my design career, I’ve watched with interest as the resolution and quality of screens-based devices has improved. It hasn’t happened at the pace of Moore’s Law, but things have certainly been getting better all the time.