The goods behind good experience

The Co-Founder of Anima on the Future of the Design to Developer Handoff

Anima is one of the most popular 3rd-party plugins available within Sketch. It allows designers to quickly generate responsive, interactive prototypes from Sketch art boards and then easily share with collaborators. As it stands, Anima can arguably replace other services … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

11 Shortcuts That Help Us Design Great Experiences…Faster

While each project we work on at Cloudberry presents unique challenges, there are certain to-dos which will re-occur more often than not. To efficiently accomplish these known knowns, we rely on a number of apps, plugins, extensions and other time-savers … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

7 UX/Design Myths BUSTED

Myth 1: Users don’t scroll BUSTED: This was probably true in the ’90s, and maybe a bit in the ’00s. Nowadays, however, people know how to use the web, including how to scroll. We know this from our own user … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

When to Use “Introduced Goals” in Your UX Approach

If we try to design an experience without clearly defining the user and business goals, we’ll end up creating tools no one uses, we’ll have CTAs that no one clicks on, and ultimately, we won’t be doing much to support … Read more

Categories: Experience Design

Getting User Feedback – A Crash Course

Your client has just asked for user feedback on a new feature! This is fantastic news; the world is your oyster to go get unfiltered opinions straight from the end user. But then anxiety starts to kick in: Gulp, this … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

10 Accessibility Requirements That Will Help Your UX

Are you ready to start thinking about accessibility in your design process? Below you will find our top 10 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) requirements. Note, this is not a comprehensive list of the requirements. This is a list of … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

Responsive or Adaptive: Which Should You Use?

Many have tried to explain the differences between Responsive Web Design (RWD) and Adaptive Web Design (AWD). A better focus is defining when to use either method. With this focus, the first questions are around your goals. What are you … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

Does Your Password Pass the Test?

Security has found its way into so many areas of our lives that we’re using passwords every day. Many companies are fortunate to have teams dedicated to supporting information security, allowing most employees to go about the workday with little … Read more

Categories: Cloudberry, Technology

Our UX team is helping clean New York’s waters

To stay passionate, grounded and curious, we at Cloudberry assist with projects that empower our community through technology. This summer, we are excited to team with the Billion Oyster Project (BOP), which runs an ambitious effort to restore oysters throughout … Read more

Categories: Cloudberry, Experience Design

Inclusive Design: A better experience for everyone

Last year, I wrote a post about easy first steps for working accessible design into your process. Recently, I’ve been thinking more about accessibility and wanted to discuss a related topic, inclusive design. Inclusive design is a way of thinking … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design