Invest in UX for Internal Business Applications?

When used for internal business applications, UX Design can lead to remarkable savings, increased productivity and happier employees. Billy Hollis, a UX Design strategist and professor on the topic, recently wrote a compelling article about determining when UX savings are worth the overall cost.

Webinar: Strategic SharePoint - May 30 11:00 ET / 15:00 GMT

Strategic SharePoint

Especially with the introduction of SharePoint 2013 and increasing demand for cross-platform user experiences, SharePoint projects become more strategic in nature.

When we speak to clients regarding SharePoint initiatives, we often find:

The Evolution of User Experience Design

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The current status of User Experience design, or UX design, can best be explained as existing in the midst of a fourth wave of User-Centered design, according to Dr. William Gribbons. Dr. Gribbons is one of the founding fathers of user-centered design theory and currently serves as director of the Master of Science in Human Factors in Information Design and Founder and Senior Consultant of the Design and Usability Center at Bentley University.

User Experience Designer and Consultant Results

DOOR3 worked with Draft Street to create a fantasy sports app. Learn from the user experience designer and consultant results about the advantages of responsive design.

Our 5 Most Wonderful Posts from 2014

Holiday season is the most wonderful time of the year.  It’s a time spent with friends and family and a lot of reflection of the year happens as the year comes to an end.  Before moving into the new year, we wanted to take a moment and look back at our blog. It’s been a busy year and we have had a lot of great articles written by our DOOR3ers!

Here our top 5 most wonderful DOOR3 blog posts from 2014:

Deck the Halls with Lots of Beacons

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7 things you can expect to see in your 2015 shopping experience and 7 more we're putting on our wish list for Santa.

CopyPaste - Issue#2

I love the internet. I love that within a few minutes over coffee in the morning, I can “travel” from New York to London to Berlin to Singapore and back again and learn about amazing new things that are happening all around. It’s beautiful and exciting all at the same time. And it’s extremely sharable.

My First-Time User Experience (FUX) as a UX Designer

Like the first time you experience pretty much anything - a restaurant, a city, or a mobile app - entering a new industry can be exciting and equally daunting. First impressions can be lasting, causing you to quickly write off a restaurant or uninstall that new app you just downloaded. So, first-time user experiences (FUX) are an integral part of any user experience journey, and my first-time experience with UX Design has been no different.

Creating Apps Users Will Quickly Adopt

Not only has it become extremely competitive to get your app downloaded, but it has become difficult to engage a user and get them coming back for more. These suggestions will help you create an application that users will not only download, but adopt and stay engaged.