8 UX Insights You Should Retweet Today

Twitter is a great source for user experience words of wisdom. From personal insights to thought-provoking blog posts to infographics and quotes– your twitter feed has it all, in 140 characters or less. Due to the nature of this social network, though, great insights tend to disappear fast in the sea of tweets. In this

IRS Tax Design Challenge Winners Announced

It’s been over two months since the IRS Tax Design Challenge was announced. The contest was an attempt to get user feedback and improve the user experience at a relatively low cost. 48 submissions later and the winners have been selected. The winners in the three categories, overall design, taxpayer usefulness, and best financial capability

What We Can Learn From the Most Popular Video Tutorials about Salesforce, MS Dynamics and Oracle CRM

You can think of CRM as a mountain: there are different paths to reach the summit. Some may be steeper, with fewer overall steps but a more difficult ascent. Some may be more gradual and sloping. In the end, you ascend to the same height, but there are difficult steps, there are impasses, and there

Microsoft Sprightly Improving User Experience For iPhone Users

Microsoft is testing iPhone users’ interest with its release of Sprightly, which has been available on Android since February. Sprightly is a Microsoft Garage App which allows users to create catalogs,fliers, coupons, straight from their phone in a matter of minutes.       The process of creating a sharable business image is fairly straightforward.

FitBit Alta: The Focus On User Experience

Users have complained in the past that their wrist-watch tracker lacks in functionality or lacks in style and design. Weeks after the Blaze smart fitness watch was introduced FitBit saw a drop in its stock and with the launch of the  FitBit Alta hopes to recuperate.   How is FitBit Alta winning at user experience