The conversation around human-machine partnerships is valuable to everyone. Organizations and digital leaders are working to operationalize digital transformation and set themselves up for a successful future.
Visual facilitation practice is simply helping people “See what you mean.” Together, systems thinking and visual practice help us model and communicate about complex ideas and structures.
Instances of evil design ranged from subtle dark patterns nudging users to buy products to full-blown deception around the use of personal data. Collectively, these transgressions have taught us a lot about designing for good versus evil.
This book provides good common design practices that we as designers can philosophically embrace as we own our responsibility to create designs that positively impact the lives of our users.
Change is happening all around us—so quickly, in fact, that we often fail to appreciate its transformative power. We regularly experience wondrous technologies that make our lives easier, without batting an eye.
Experiences are pervasive – we see them as collective moments of human perception, participation, and observation. They create channels for contributions that move business goals and are the mechanisms that monetize the business model.
Jared Spool headlined our June 7 IxDANNJ event in which he spoke about the need to start designing beyond organizational boundaries and the skills required to get there. Here’s what we learned.
A common challenge for content strategists involves the implementation of strategy at the level of content production.
We asked ourselves: how might we apply and leverage Augmented Reality (AR) to enable workers, and enhance a living business ecology?
One designer’s perspective on discovering meaning and purpose through interface design.
By the time the first talk was complete at this year’s SXSW Interactive conference, it was clear that the question was no longer about the probability of human-machine symbiosis, but rather, when and how so.
With the advent of emerging technologies such as AI, IoT, AR/VR, and machine learning, the role of designers has transitioned from designing useful and usable interfaces for products to creating dynamic experiences that are meaningful and insightful for people.
Take a look at some of the challenges and opportunities we face as we evolve our design systems to improve consistency, scalability, and governance of the digital employee experience.
Crafting influential content for digital experiences can help organizations advance numerous goals, including cultural assimilation, increased engagement, and employee alignment to the future state.
We had some fun expressing our own personalities with a useful design protocol.
How can we use design to ensure that enterprise experiences are invaluable? We recently heard Nir Eyal speak about habit forming products. Here’s what we learned.
Confab Central 2017 delivered on its promise to inspire content strategists with some central themes: empathy, structure, centralization, human connection, and the power to shape a field by doing the work.
One way the UX studio stays in touch and at the forefront.
Evolving trends strengthen the connectedness between an organization and its employees.
For a digital employee experience that people connect with, you need more than just visual style.
The composition of the workforce is changing, driving expectations of consumer-grade experiences on the job.
As a digital workforce emerges, experiences will shift to being highly relevant and omni-present.
The most successful companies know that to succeed, they need to invest in their people.
Taking a people-centric approach to enterprise search as companies move towards consumerization within the enterprise.
Embracing the impact that visual design can have on consumer perception of your brand.
Tips of the trade – and what it's really like to work here.
Outdated, redundant, and trivial content is a lot like milk that’s past its expiration date. It can spoil the experience for your users.
A global content strategy is not just about translating the words. It’s about understanding the investment needed to localize content.
Challenges and considerations for an effective mobile strategy in the enterprise.
Delivering the right content, at the right time, to the right people doesn't just happen -- it takes work. Structuring your content early in design is a step in the right direction.
As responsive design enables omni-channel experiences that redefine what “being connected” might feel like, the potential for information to circulate across devices in newly effective ways is enormous.
Emotional design inside the enterprise builds brand equity and connections with our clients' most valued assets – their people.
Just the idea of HR content can make your head nod with drowsiness. But the LDS Content team sees dazzling opportunity where others see dead weight.
Observing users in their daily environment guides our design thinking and approach on how we cater our solution to their needs and work style – everywhere and anywhere.