When shaping the User Experience (UX) of your app, common sense, logic and best practices only go so far. Each app is different, solving a different problem for a different set of users. As experts it can be easy to focus on the solution, forgetting about the problem—which can lead to costly oversights.
By including the voice of your users in the design and development process, you avoid relying on guesswork. In this slideshare, you'll discover five ways to conduct user research and involve users in the process.
Product developers and development teams are constantly looking for more efficient ways to approach production. While a waterfall process has been widely adopted in the past, more and more teams are gravitating to agile development, which is a fresh & streamlined approach to project management and product development.
After launching our iOS app Gotta Go!, we wanted to get a better sense of when and how often people were activating their excuses. We used a Raspberry Pi, LED board, and some clever API requests to build a ticker that would display recently activated emojis on an LED board.