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Tag Archive: insights

Three Lessons to Design for the On-Demand Economy

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 […]

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Everyone Can Learn from Lean In

By now, you’ve heard all the buzz about Sheryl Sandberg’s new book Lean In and the ways for women to think about their career. After reading this book and attending the Accenture International Women’s Day, I realized this concept isn’t just for women. Men can get a lot out of this book, too. Regardless of […]

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5 Key Insights from the Strategic Growth Forum

Recently, I had the honor of being selected as one of Ernst & Young’s 2011 Entrepreneurial Winning Women. The Award offered the opportunity to attend the Strategic Growth Forum (SGF) in Palm Springs, where more than 2,300 of the world’s top CEOs and other business leaders gathered to: • Master strategies for company growth • […]

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Mobile User Insights

AnswerLab has been at the forefront of mobile user experience research since 2005, when we helped Yahoo! develop their first mobile web site.  With the launch of the iPhone 4S and voice-activated mobile experiences, we are confronting another game-changing way we engage with our mobile devices.  It seems like an opportune time to reflect on […]

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