We’ve all seen it: UX designers think like end users, and developers think like… well, developers. Instead of working together as a team, designers and developers wage war with each other, and nothing gets done. Here are a few tips UXers can use to make great user experiences, not war.
Despite its rise in popularity, the headless CMS concept is often accompanied by misleading information, not enough information, or information that is only understood by true techies. But when properly explained and dissected, the technical lingo behind this concept makes sense and better illustrates why there is so much hype around headless CMS.
While last year saw some pretty amazing trends that helped launch businesses in a great direction, this years digital marketing trends are sure to create better avenues for consumers to discover future products, bigger brands, and the overall evolution of business to consumer relations.
We’ve all experienced the work wormhole before. That feeling when you’re sitting at your desk, lost in your work, and oblivious to the minutes – maybe hours – that are flying by. Perhaps you’ve had that same feeling while working with your colleagues or team on an important project. This “wormhole” feeling can make you and your team feel invincible and on top of your work.
After one year in the making, Google has finally launched AMP for email to encourage a more interactive, dynamic Gmail user experience. The company announced that it would be supporting AMP for Gmail last year and has been doing the necessary back-end work to successfully launch this new feature.
Being a manager isn’t easy. Many of our stakeholders are marketing and project managers, and we know how difficult the job can be. Keeping track of everyone else’s work is no small feat, especially when you have an external agency to manage as well. Analyzing dependencies between internal team-members and vendors can quickly grow overwhelming, and in that state of confusion, many people turn toward tools that have brought them clarity before: namely, project plans.
Marie Kondo has set the world on fire with the release of her bestselling decluttering guide The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up and the related Netflix series Tidying Up, which is perfect binge watching material!
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