Living with information is an inherent part of life these days. Sites like Facebook, Wikipedia or your bank’s website are more than products or tools – they create contexts that change the way we interact, think, understand, and behave. In many ways, they function like places. Thinking about them like this gives designers of these information environments…
About Sarah Hawk
Formerly a developer in the corporate world, our Community Manager Hawk (who is actually a Kiwi and is only called Sarah by her mother) said goodbye to the code and succumbed to the lure of social science. Community Manager for the SitePoint network for several years and then Head of Community at FeverBee, Hawk is on the team that builds Discourse.
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Join Hawk and the amazing UX Mastery community as they embark on a fun 100 day sketching challenge.
Hawk recently dipped her toes into an Interaction Design Foundation training course and she was hooked. Read about her experience here.
Lou Rosenfeld joined us on Slack to talk about breaking research out of silos and truly collaborating within our organisations so that we can unlock the real value.
Is the time right for InsightsOps: the synthesis and operationalisation of research—currently locked in silos—that can lead to true insights across the organisation? Louis Rosenfeld explains in our next Ask the UXperts session.
Read this Ask the UXperts transcript to learn how designers and product owners can lead the way with understanding their responsibilities and implementing good processes when it comes to designing inclusive, accessible apps.
Learn how designers and product owners can lead the way with understanding their responsibilities and implementing good processes when it comes to designing inclusive, accessible apps.
Benjamin Humphrey joined us on Slack to share practical solutions to help you use your findings effectively. Here is the full transcript in case you missed it.
Finding a mentor can have a significant positive effect on career development, but mentors aren’t that easy to come by.
We thought we’d do something about that.
Uncovering effective ways to unify research findings so that can efficiently use them is can be a problem. Benjamin Humphreys offers practical solutions to help you use your findings effectively.