"Our way or the Highway" Charity pop-up burger bar

January 24 2017

Today “Team Dev” rose to the challenge of opening up a lunchtime pop up burger bar to raise money for 1 child Per laptop, a fabulous charity which aims “to provide each child with a rugged, low-cost,... Read more »

UX & Psychology – The benefits that a Psychologist adds to the Psychology of Web Design

September 14 2016

Why is it that psychologists work within UX teams? In this blog, we are going to explore some of the main reasons the user experience designer (UX) may be a psychologist, and the benefits.   The... Read more »

What is User Experience Design - UX?

September 08 2016

What is user experience design (UX)? Well, it’s had various definitions but its most critical is that user experience design (UX) is the end user’s interaction with a company, its services and its... Read more »

Getting the Most out of your Customer Experience Map

August 25 2016

By  Loletta Cheng Customers are increasingly choosing products and services based on the quality of the experiences they have with them.  Indeed, research shows that when customers encounter... Read more »

UX Tip #55 Applying curiosity to interface design

June 09 2016

It’s no secret that humans are captivated by unanswered questions and suspense. Behavioural economist George Loewenstein explains in his Information-Gap Theory that “curiosity happens when we feel a... Read more »

Consumer Behaviour vs User Experience

May 23 2016

Consumer Behaviour vs. User Experience   When we talk about User Experience (UX) we are referring to a person's emotions, motivations, behaviours and attitudes towards using a particular product,... Read more »

UX Tip #54 Ethics in user research

May 18 2016

When conducting user research, it is your responsibility as the researcher to ensure participants are in no way harmed or stressed as a result of their involvement in the research. Here are 3 things... Read more »

UX Tip #53 Design for user experience | small changes big impacts

May 10 2016

  In UX, every recommendation and design that is implemented is an experiment where we are testing a hypothesis. With that in mind, you don’t always need to do a big redesign to improve your website... Read more »

UX Tip #52 Humanising your website

May 03 2016

As explained in the MINDSPACE model, who the messenger is can have a great impact on the attention users pay to a specific message or the credibility they assign to it. If you have a section in your... Read more »

MINDSPACE and User Experience (Part 1)

April 29 2016

The MINDPSACE model (Messenger, Incentives, Norms, Defaults, Salience, Priming, Affect, Commitment, Ego) was the brainchild of Professor Paul Dolan, created to inform behavioural change polices for... Read more »

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