Today We’ve listened a great Steve Portigal’s webcast from O’Reilly. To be honest, Steve is the best as usual. Krzysztof had the opportunity to attend his workshop at UX-lx 2012. He remembers one great lesson from Steve: go outside the building and talk with real people, with real customers.
At 12th of Aprill Magnetise was in Warsaw on a one-day conference for developers, designers and ux professionals. Below you will find a slide deck or Krzysztof’s presentation “Killer product – how to make your product noticeable and used by people”.
It will be an interesting month for Magnetise. You can meet us on two large conferences in Poland. At 12th April 2013 on 4Developers (User Experience / Usability path) we will be talking about killer products, persuasion and designing products and services that people just love. This conference is also close to our hearts, because(…)
Have you ever wondered about the power of our human behaviors? How much are they embedded in our daily lives and do designers have power to use this behaviors for human purpose? Today’s article in UX Booth is trying to bring up the discussion about it. Read more about it: Designing for Behavioral Change in(…)
In manager’s work there are many things that should be in the area of your interest: company business, people, workflow, quality, competitiveness etc. The limitation of the area of your influence is directly proportional to your time and knowledge. Only on your decision depends on what you’ll be focusing on in your work. When I’ve(…)
Recently Kissmetric Blog showed infographic about mobile in e-commerce. It’s quite interesting how our behavior is evolving with time. Yesterday we’re going to town to find some goods to buy. Now we can find them on computer and mobile devices and as the data shows, we’re doing it more often. But are we buying this(…)
This day finally come. We’re live with our website. It’s fresh, it’s new and it’s fully optimized for mobile (responsive). There are some work that we have to do in next few weeks, but the core is done. As European says the shoemaker’s children are ill-shod. We can say not any more! Hope you like(…)