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Category: User Experience

We're hiring, again! Lead UX & Product Designer

July 28, 2017

We’re looking for a passionate and driven person to lead our Product Design Team and join our growing company. You’re a highly focussed, passionate and driven designer currently in a lead product design or hybrid-UX role. You love to create user-centred, innovative, exceptional experiences and brands. You’re looking for a new challenge to broaden your […]

The Perfect Timing for Permission Priming

July 14, 2017

What is permission priming? Permission priming refers to the action of ‘priming’ an app user by asking their permission, usually either to send push notifications, or for access to areas of their smartphone such as their camera, location or photos. Providing the user allows access, the permission-priming screen is replaced with Apple’s native system permission […]

Push Notifications: The Right Way to Use Them

June 23, 2017

If you want to ensure the success of your app you need a good marketing strategy in place. You also need to use all the tools at your disposal as effectively as possible. This includes push notifications and knowing how to leverage these can lead to better engagement and help keep the dialogue between user […]

How one idea can turn into an exceptionally successful app

June 2, 2014

Stuart Cookney runs a small web company in Stoke-on-Trent, he explains how the idea for his app came into fruition and how 30 Day Fitness Challenges went from a moderately popular website to hundreds of thousands of downloads in less than 12 months. Stuart gained an incredible amount of traction with v1 of the app […]

UXD - User Experience Design

March 7, 2014

What is UXD? User Experience Design (UXD) doesn’t fall within the traditional design realms as some may think. Although great design is part of the UXD process, what’s vital to great UXD is a thorough understanding of your users needs and expectations. Que the meticulous planning, industry-standard techniques, practical methodologies, behavioural patterns, and a dash […]