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How to get the most out of your journey maps

Customer or user journey maps are valuable tools for demonstrating the paths that employees, customers, and stakeholders may follow.

6 tips for doing a digital ethnography

For UX researchers and designers, this can be an incredible tool to empathize with and further understand your user group.

Usability testing: 3 common mistakes to avoid

Lessons learned from years of usability testing experience.

Ask us Anything: building your UX team wrap up

Terry and Steven answered your questions on hiring and managing UX design teams.

10 stats that demonstrate the ROI of UX

A collection of convincing numbers and statistics that demonstrate the the value of UX activities.

Ask us Anything: building your UX team

Terry and Steven are eager to share their experience by answering your questions around hiring, building, and managing UX teams.

UX Files: March 2017

Here’s a few interesting tech, design, and UX articles we’ve come across so far this March.

Is your site ready for take-off? Design insights from the travel industry

Booking travel is often a stressful experience. Here’s how we’ve helped our airline clients reduce that stress through UX research and design.

UX Files: February 2017

Some interesting UX links we’ve come across so far this February

Ask us Anything: building a culture of research follow up

I got together with Mira and Andrew, who answered your questions about UX research.

Usability Matters NYC Update

It seems like just yesterday Terry and I went to the Big Apple to set up our office…

Ask Us Anything: Building a culture of research

Join us February 1 for our first Ask Us Anything of 2017, where we answer your questions on incorporating user research into your organization.

Exploring 3 UX trends for 2017

3 UX design trends that are worth diving into further.