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Category: Experience Design

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In it for the Long Haul: Why Persistent UX Involvement is Key

Full disclaimer: this post was written by a UX designer. Situation: A visual designer receives a set of wireframes and begins to apply the appropriate branding styles. Just as his work is complete, the UX designer sends an updated wireframe … Read more

Categories: Experience Design

Wireframing Checklist

We know that wireframes are more than lorem ipsums and placeholders. To ensure a seamless handoff to our visual design colleagues, we devised a checklist of to-do’s. We thought you might want to take a peek. GETTING STARTED Make sure … Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

Revisiting the System Usability Scale

When testing the usability of the products we design, we’re looking for definitive answers to the various assumptions and hypotheses we have made up to that point. We seek this validation from probable users who confirm whether pieces such as navigation, … Read more

Categories: Experience Design

Easy Steps to Take Toward Accessible Design

56.7 million Americans have some type of disability (1), and 22.5 million adult Americans reported having some type of visual impairment (2). Most people experience some amount of vision and hearing loss as they age, and it is not uncommon to lose some cognitive abilities as well. Read more

Categories: Experience Design

Atomic Design from a Developer’s Perspective

Cloudberry recently hosted one of its Lunch and Learn sessions for the team. During this session, the topic of “atomic design” was presented by Associate Creative Director, Nalina Sarma. Nalina discussed this methodology and its principles and explained how the … Read more

Categories: Cloudberry, Experience Design, Visual Design

Considerations and Challenges of Retirement Planning UX

While digital experiences around saving for retirement are slowly coming along, in many ways, the field is still lagging behind the times. Important content is convoluted and users struggle to gain a realistic overview of their financial picture. As Shlomo … Read more

Categories: Experience Design

Typos, Trust & Context: When Do Typos Really Matter?

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Before I get started on this one, I want to stress that I’m of the belief that any time a typo can be prevented, it should be prevented. But we’re all human, right? Typos happen, even when you’ve reviewed something … Read more

Categories: Digital Marketing, Experience Design

Boost Your Site’s Performance with Web Fonts

As well as good looks and legibility, web fonts offer a number of benefits that contribute to a smooth user experience, amped up site performance, and better SEO results. Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design

Feature Areas and Slideshows: Are They All They’re Cracked Up to Be?

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Sliding carousels give more than one piece of content a prominent position within a compact space.Though widely used, they are somewhat misunderstood. Read more

Categories: Experience Design

6 Sites that Get Parallax Scrolling Right

Parallax scrolling can help transform dry reading into an engaging narrative, particularly when paired with healthcare or financial services. Here are some examples that do a good job. Read more

Categories: Experience Design, Visual Design