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Adelle Rewerts

10 Tips for Working Remote

By All Posts, Application Development, Modern Workplace, Office 365, Productivity, Teams, User Experience Design
Are you new to working remote? I’ve done it for years. As a working mom, it saves me a lot of time commuting and getting ready in the morning. After the kidlets are dropped off at our nearby daycare I come home, make myself a coffee, and focus on getting my work done in a timely manner. The thing about working remote, is in order to be effective, your whole team needs to be effective....
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Using UX Strategy to Maintain Market Fit in a Volatile Market

By All Posts, User Experience Design
In times of strife, we tend fall back on our old tried and true methods. We cut exploration and innovation projects and focus on core business functions. But what happens when your core business is what’s being upended? Or your customers' needs seem to have changed overnight? First, breathe. Panic and anxiety have never been good bedfellows for innovation. Pressure, however, makes for great innovation! We’re entering a new era. It’s scary, but also exciting....
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Putting Personas to Work: Aligning Cross-Functional Enterprise and B2B Teams

By All Posts, User Experience Design

Just like startup and retail product teams, enterprise product teams try to create value and ‘get to done’ as quickly as possible. And even though their projects might be internally facing, it’s equally as important that the user insight is accurately portrayed to different members of the project delivery team. Project success directly impacts company productivity. The internal division between departments can result in the valuable insight from user research discovery getting lost as multiple…

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Trend Alert: Typography 

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Typography has been the differentiating factor between good design and great design since Celtic monks created the Book of Kells 1,200 years ago. It’s also been the bane of the interactive designer’s existence. Poor display, limited choices, and limited code control meant that web design was always the ugly stepchild in the design family. Fast forward to 2015. Mobile apps, JavaScript libraries, html 5, and css3 (and the death of IE) has brought interactive design…

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Visualizing Data: Telling Your Story (Part 1)

By All Posts, Productivity, User Experience Design No Comments

It’s the big day. You’ve spent weeks performing queries and analyzing data. You’ve picked the perfect chart type and highlighted the key information.  It’s your turn to present the corporate dashboards and the quarterly meeting. Before you can even say the word “data”, heads have started to nod off, or worse – look at their phones. I’ve spent years working with analysts to help turn the sparkle in their data-driven eyes into stories that engage…

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