I share my experiences and thoughts so that we can create a better web that is more inclusive. I've been lucky enough to work right across the whole product development lifecycle, so I can write about what has worked for me and more importantly, the lessons that I've learned. Here are my stories from UX, UI & Product Design, right up to Product Development.
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Less is definitely more. This is why you should be creating simpler experiences that provide a richer user experience.
I want to share my journey to becoming a lead UX designer and what you can take from my experience.
Why I believe group voting is not the best way to decide what ideas you should progress with. Not everyone is good at making decisions, so don’t expect a group of people to make brilliant decisions.
Here is a simple way to show a little goodwill when growing your design portfolio
I want to share a few simple tips for improving the design of signup & sign-in screens for apps.
I want to share how you and your team can stay creative through Design Jams.
A quick way to prototype and test landing pages before we spend hours making them look beautiful. And we're going to be using Notion to create a words-first (content-first) landing pages.
To make the web a little better here are a few simple tips for improving the design of focus states in a user interface.
I want to share how you can perform usability testing using Zoom. It is a pretty simple method, but it does require a little more planning and perfecting. But it is cheap and effective.
A simple case study about how a trivial user experience problem was costing us a small fortune in hidden costs each year if we chose not to fix it.
I'm going to share two ways that you can start promoting design across the business. That you start doing today!
Here are five articles that will help you improve the user experience of your mobile apps so that they provide beautiful experiences.
I’ve had quite a few people asking me “how do you write a user testing script?” so I’ve decided to share how I create a user testing script when I’m performing usability testing.
I’m gonna share a few tips so that you can make your website more accessible and inclusive to all.
My template for performing user testing sessions. And also an example of the template being used in a project.
Here are my main takeaways from a week spent at the Digital Thinkers conference in Amsterdam.
I wanted to quickly write down my thoughts on what I've been doing for the past two weeks.
Here are the digital tools we use to create future products that empower users.
I want to talk about what sprint demo is not for so that you can have great demos that people want to attend for the right reasons.
This template will help you to create an interface inventory using InVision Boards quickly.
This list of resources helped me become a better writer and storyteller. Read it and become a better UX writer today.
I love running experiments and learning how users interact with a product. In this article, I want to show you how easy it is to run experiments that will drive innovation.
I want to share how easy it is to use Sketch & Principle to create app animations and share them with the rest of the team.
This article will guide you in creating better products that are inclusive of all people. And better your understanding of inclusive design.
We’ve got to change our thinking when designing websites and landing pages that we want users to convert. When creating landing pages, we should think of all the objections a user will have.
A common trap is to only focus on creating designs that represent the perfect state of a UI. This article contains a list of UI states that to focus on to improve the user experience of a product.
These are six simple questions that a successful Product Manager should be able to answer about their product.
In a lot of companies collaboration only happens when the designer hands off the design specs to the developer. This is wrong for so many reasons because collaboration should be a handshake.
The hungover ramblings of a silly man and his no-nonsense approach to version control for design. I’m gonna quickly show you my workflow for using GitHub as design version control.
Here are the questions I ask my clients at the start of a project so that we begin with a step in the right direction.
SuperValu is a major supermarket chain with stores right across the island of Ireland. I performed a UX redesign of their loyalty programme app using a design thinking process.
Lostness is a UX metric that will help measure the effectiveness of your product.
It’s simple to implement Design Thinking in your company or side project with these simple steps.
We all want to build great apps that our users love. So here‘s a guide to creating awesome apps that your users will love.
In 2014 we had 2-star mobile apps, and this is the story of how we turned them into 5-star apps that ranked number 1 on both the App Store and Google Play Store.
Once a month, I send out an ad-free newsletter where I share the latest articles, videos, resources, and tools that help you stay in the know and grow as a designer or digital creator.