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EY Design Studio PDX Presents: An evening with Sara Wachter-Boettcher (Design Week Portland: Event Recap)
Implicit and unconscious bias impacts all digital products and experiences. Left unchecked, these biases reduce the usability, accessibility and quality of the product or experience.
Designers often create digital experiences with millennials in mind, but senior citizens are a key demographic that would also greatly benefit from their attention.
A look at how augmented 3D visuals can help financial professionals communicate the benefits of insurance products to customers.
Our team spends a lot of time thinking about how to improve our processes and build more meaningful partnerships with clients. Inspired by agile methodology, we are champions of transparency — of bringing our clients deeper into our day-to-day work by embedding them in our daily standups, sharing access to our project management boards, and, most importantly, inviting them into our studio for weekly working sessions.
Brilliant UX designs don’t magically appear out of thin air. Even though they may seem elegant and effortless during presentations, they actually emerge out of crucial insights that inform the design concepting process. No amount of zippy interactions or beautiful motion graphics will save a digital product if we shortcut discovery.
As machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) evolve and begin to yield interesting results, our clients are exploring how to apply these technologies to their products and services. Their goal is simple: improve the customer experience while decreasing customer service costs.