If you’re in the market for computers you can strap to your body, you’ve come to the right future. You can control your PowerPoint presentations by waving your arms, track your vertical drop as you hit the slopes, and keep track of what Fido is up to while you’re at work. Want to take your […]
4 compelling reasons why you should go to UXPA 2015 this June 22-25 in San Diego. The AnswerLab team hopes to see you in San Diego later this month!
…Instead, AnswerLab offers a model that won’t take years to fully implement in order to have an influence on growing revenue, reducing costs, or increasing customer loyalty. This framework allows for more permutations of success and invites various players in the UX practice to influence change and collaborate for success.
Have you ever watched someone complete a form online? On their phone? It’s that type of frustration (or delight) that I observe on a regular basis in my job at AnswerLab. I have worked with a number of financial services clients, and it’s clear that the industry is getting the message on the importance of user experience to their business.
…there’s just one trend everyone should pay attention to this year and it’s what all of my clients do. I hope it becomes more than a trend but an integral part of our approach to products: Have empathy for your customers.
At AnswerLab, we love to try new online services. One exciting trend we’ve noticed is the increase of personalized shopping services, particularly in the food and fashion realm. There are many different takes on this trend, from employing real-life experts to creating great UX that anticipates the user’s needs.
AnswerLab Expert Christine Buchheit discusses best practices for designing dynamic prototypes for usability testing.
One way we build culture and foster growth at AnswerLab is by hosting monthly Learning Lunches, workshops on a variety of topics that are aimed at broadening our team’s personal and professional skillsets. Since we started hosting these events, we’ve covered topics ranging from building financial savviness to public speaking skills, to developing your own personal brand. […]
Last month I attended the ever-informative Designers + Geeks Meetup here in San Francisco featuring speakers from four local startups that are part of the emerging landscape of an on-demand economy. Speakers included Danny Salvatori of Luxe Valet, Joshua Scott of shipping app Shyp, Morgan Springer of Sprig, a dining app, and Amritha Prasad of […]
We’ve reached a ‘digital tipping point’ – by the end of 2014, digital interactions are predicted to influence 50 cents of every dollar spent in retail stores. Most companies acknowledge that a significant portion of their future growth will be driven by digital efforts, yet less than half believe their company has a clear digital […]