Category Archives: User Experience

An Evening at Acquity Group with Accenture Digital & Threadless

For artists and trend-seekers alike, Threadless is an innovative design community that brings art to life on t-shirts, hoodies, cellphone cases, and more. Last night, digital experts from Accenture Digital, Chip Knicker, PJ Bickett, and Amanda Kranz fielded questions with

An Evening at Acquity Group with Accenture Digital & Threadless

For artists and trend-seekers alike, Threadless is an innovative design community that brings art to life on t-shirts, hoodies, cellphone cases, and more. Last night, digital experts from Accenture Digital, Chip Knicker, PJ Bickett, and Amanda Kranz fielded questions with

#FridayFive: Managed Services

Managed Services experts Alan Warren and Thomas Krizan discuss the changing space of the server industry and how customer experience is key to success. What kind of automated tests are done on the environments to ensure customer satisfaction? We use

#FridayFive: Managed Services

Managed Services experts Alan Warren and Thomas Krizan discuss the changing space of the server industry and how customer experience is key to success. What kind of automated tests are done on the environments to ensure customer satisfaction? We use

UX Strategy Meetup: An Evening with Paul Bryan

What is UX Strategy? Is this a thing or just some new buzzphrase? The hungry crowd of UX enthusiasts in attendance at Acquity Group wanted to know the score.

UX Strategy Meetup: An Evening with Paul Bryan

What is UX Strategy? Is this a thing or just some new buzzphrase? The hungry crowd of UX enthusiasts in attendance at Acquity Group wanted to know the score.

Experience the Brief – The Experience Brief

Experience brief? I know what you’re thinking… is this just another Interaction Design document, another deliverable that has an obscure name? That’s what I thought the first time I heard the term “Experience Brief,” and I knew I had to

Experience the Brief – The Experience Brief

Experience brief? I know what you’re thinking… is this just another Interaction Design document, another deliverable that has an obscure name? That’s what I thought the first time I heard the term “Experience Brief,” and I knew I had to

Beyond Usability

AG’s Jeff Werness, Sr. Manager of Interaction Design at our Chicago Studio, recently spoke at the Chicago Interaction Design and Development Meetup to talk about designing for emotional engagement. Check it out!

Beyond Usability

AG’s Jeff Werness, Sr. Manager of Interaction Design at our Chicago Studio, recently spoke at the Chicago Interaction Design and Development Meetup to talk about designing for emotional engagement. Check it out!

Part 2: The future of Healthcare is now.

The Challenge. In a previous post, we talked about the user challenges and opportunities Obamacare presents for health insurers. Back in 2011, our “Driving Health Insurer Success Through Digital” white paper advised that “health insurers will need to create highly

Part 2: The future of Healthcare is now.

The Challenge. In a previous post, we talked about the user challenges and opportunities Obamacare presents for health insurers. Back in 2011, our “Driving Health Insurer Success Through Digital” white paper advised that “health insurers will need to create highly

The future of Healthcare is now. What this means to businesses and consumers.

If you can push past the political ping-pong surrounding Obamacare (a tall order, admittedly), one of its most intriguing outcomes is the opportunity – and crisis – it creates for health insurance brands. The five-second background: The Patient Protection and

The future of Healthcare is now. What this means to businesses and consumers.

If you can push past the political ping-pong surrounding Obamacare (a tall order, admittedly), one of its most intriguing outcomes is the opportunity – and crisis – it creates for health insurance brands. The five-second background: The Patient Protection and

Branding Mobile

When the Internet first started generating public interest, businesses looked for ways to extend their sales and marketing to the web by building online storefronts and plastering affiliate sites with banner advertisements. Currently, companies employ many of the same tactics

Branding Mobile

When the Internet first started generating public interest, businesses looked for ways to extend their sales and marketing to the web by building online storefronts and plastering affiliate sites with banner advertisements. Currently, companies employ many of the same tactics