Guest blogger and edUi 2017 speaker Mike Shelton gives us an introduction to Design Sprints and how they can be the most important tool in your problem-solving arsenal.
Guest blogger Lori Kressin from the University of Virginia provides three ways you can increase your level of awareness, knowledge, and expertise in the field of digital accessibility.
Guest blogger and edUi 2017 speaker Dan Cotting introduces concepts around immersive media, virtual reality, and augmented reality, and discusses some of the UX and design factors to consider.
Guest blogger Jason Cranford Teague gives us a preview of his edUi 2017 talk that will explore the uncomfortable but vital topic of how ageism is an unspoken factor in hiring and advancement in the tech industry.
Kevin M. Hoffman, founder of Seven Heads Design and author of “Meeting Design for Managers, Makers, and Everyone,” will present his keynote, “Meetings Are a Design Problem,” at edUi 2017. We wanted to get to know him better, so we asked him a few questions.
Guest bloggers Jenny Slaughter and John Williams of NewCity describe atomic design and its benefits as a preview to their edUi 2017 mini-workshop, “Getting Crafty with Components: Breaking Down the How and Why of Atomic Design.”
Randy Salzman, co-author of Design Thinking for the Greater Good, gives us an overview of the topic and touches on the benefits and uses of Design Thinking and human-centered design in corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations and agencies.
Guest blogger Jeremy Cherry discusses the importance of rules in design and provides a sneak peek into his edUi 2017 talk on digital brand systems.
Guest blogger Adrienne Lai discusses the importance of embracing user obstacles to benefit the broader user community.
Guest blogger Elissa Frankle, a DC-based museum educator, gives us a glimpse into her edUi 2017 public square, Anything But Users: How We Talk About Humans.