Take the Advice of Fortune 500 Lead Designer Amy Marquez

Amy Jimenez Marquez is the lead experience designer for the R&D team of a Fortune 500 financial services company. She is also one of the publishers of Boxes and Arrows, a peer-written user experience and information architecture journal established in 2001, promoting contributors who want to provoke thinking, push limits, and teach a few things along the

A Look at Election Day User Experience – The One Thing That’s Still Missing

Wouldn’t it be nice if, come Election Day, we had the ability to vote when we wanted, where we wanted. Say, on-the-go from our mobile phones, or at a convenient voting station outside the supermarket? According to the US Census Bureau, only 57.5% of Americans voted in the 2012 election, with the top reasons for

Seven Freaky Forbes UX Articles You Have to Read This Halloween

This Halloween, don’t be the odd pumpkin out! Stay up to date with the latest UX news and technologies brought to you by Forbes. In this exclusive list of Forbes articles (plus one special addition) published in October, both contributing writers and Forbes employees discuss current issues within the UX design world, along with speculations

Essential UX Design Tips from Mockplus’s CEO Song Lau

  In UX design there are a handful of talents and abilities critical to the success of a designer’s work. I had the pleasure of discussing some of these key concepts within UX design with Mockplus’s CEO and Product Designer, Song Lau.   I was curious to find out just how this prototyping design expert

CX vs UX… Please Explain!

An experience is defined as “the process of doing and seeing things, and of having things happen to you.” While the terms “UX” and “CX” may sound similar, the technicalities within the experiences they offer for clients differ greatly. User experience falls into a subcategory of customer experience, it’s included in the overall experience the