Screen time used to mean sitting in front of a TV. Today we move between screens of various sizes, proportions, and quality all day. The abundance and diversity of devices can overwhelm teams delivering software. We need practical ways to tackle the problems that come with this diversity of screens. Luke explores a deeper understanding […]
In this talk at UX London 2017, Jeff and Josh show how teams at large companies and startups are combining modern lean and agile tactics with service design methods to create and deliver new digital products—faster, with less risk, and with better customer outcomes than ever before.
The IxDA Awards 2016 jury members took a minute aside on jury weekend to elaborate what they would love to see in future entries. In this video, watch myself and Amber Case (Author of Calm Technology) talk about the Connecting category […]
This talk is aimed at anyone who is looking for practical ways to bridge the gaps between traditional research and agile practices by focussing on activities that hold common value for both […]
Congratulations to the 2016 Interaction Awards finalists, all of whom will be celebrated in March during Interaction16 in Helsinki, Finland
The 2016 IxDA’s Interaction Awards is ready to receive your entries, and I’m honored to be part of the Jury
Out of the online homes, 88% used the computer to access the network; 53.6% used mobile phones; and 17.2%, tablets. According to IBGE, 7.1 million homes have tablets and 5.4 million of them were used to get on the internet in 2013 […]
The web is more type than anything. We might as well get it right […]
Jessica Hische goes through her own work and shows you what happens when the small and imperceptible becomes even more exciting than the big bright and flashy […]
The number of Brazilians who access the internet on the small screen of the cell reached 52.5 million people, according to the ICT Households survey: this means that 31% of Brazilians ages 10 or older connect through the mobile device, double what it was two years ago. In 2011, there were only 15%.