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Announcing a New Experience Architect Program for Aspiring UX Designers

by Teresa Kloser
February 25, 2013

Experience architects (aka, UX designers) are in high demand these days. In some locations, such as the Denver/Boulder area, an influx of tech startups makes it difficult for companies to find the user experience (UX) design expertise they need. That’s why we have teamed up with the Denver-based startup ecosystem Galvanize to offer an intensive, six-month Experience Architect program for [...]

How Open Source Software and Collaboration Enhanced the Kaspersky Lab Mobile Website

by Guest Blogger, Brad Umbaugh
February 22, 2013

EffectiveUI had the distinct pleasure of working with Kaspersky Lab to design and develop a new version of their U.S. mobile website. We had a great time building the site, and we’re proud of the results for many reasons (check out the press release). Additionally, this mobile website project proved to be a wonderful example of innovation and teamwork thanks, [...]

How User Research Informs Business Strategy

by Rebecca Flavin
February 1, 2013

At EffectiveUI, we live and breathe user research. We work to make sure we have a thorough understanding of our clients’ customers for every digital interface that we create. To us, it is second nature. I can’t tell you how often, though, we run across companies that do not take the time to truly understand their customers through user research. [...]