When planning your presentation, do what UXers do and think about your user (audience) first. To deliver a presentation the UX way you need to know your audience, determine your audience’s mindset and understand your audience’s needs. Keep reading for more ideas on how to deliver your presentation the UX way
Hussein Yahfoufi Thoughts on Technology Products and the People Who Build Them
We live in a digital world and a professional Wordpress site is a must for any business, service or product. Social media accounts and websites have long replaced business cards and brochures. Keep reading for a quick guide on how to launch a professional Wordpress site.
Technical candidates that distinguish themselves from stacks of resumes incorporate both technical and business keywords (and the relevant experience) on their technical resumes. Read more to see what else sets technical resumes apart.
The aftermath of a system outage is a critical time for you and your team. Users may be back online and happy but your work is far from over. Here are four tips to help you manage the aftermath of a system outage.
When facing a system outage, it is easy to get defensive, focus on blame or even worse, try to hide the problem. This is a time when you need to concentrate on the resolution, communicate as clearly as possible and most importantly, support your team. Here are four tips to help you manage a system outage while in progress.
Evernote is a great product that only gets better with time. The more notes you have in Evernote and the more you use Evernote at work the greater the benefits you will get. Evernote is an integral part of my work and a very essential tool that helps me manage my team and work. Read More to learn about my 5 tips for using Evernote at work.
Managers have to share the product vision and strategy with the team in order to increase productivity (and engagement!), rather than simply assigning each individual with tasks. By having a shared product vision, the employee, company, product and most importantly, the users, will benefit. If the team does not have the background and works in silos, most likely the team, the product and your end users will suffer. Read More…
There are several reasons to choose between a native app or a responsive site. A responsive site is crucial for prospective customers, allows you to target devices of all sizes, looks fresh and makes your site look relevant. A native app is a great way to engage your customers, gives you placements in the App Store or Google Play Market and allows you to have that Apple touch and feel. Read More…