Tag Archives: UX-Design

Product Spotlight: Designing Rivers of Rhythm

This post is the third in a series about the development of The National Museum of African American Music’s digital exhibit: Rivers of Rhythm. The first two posts in the series introduce the client, as well as detail the planning of the application. In this post, User Experience Designer and Front End Developer Jimmy Thorn discusses […]

Does My Startup Really Need a Prototype? Really??

So you’ve got a great idea. You’ve assembled a crack team of marketers, sales people, client support and investors. You’re ready to get your idea transformed from vaporware to a fully functioning, sellable web application. These are exciting moments in your new business venture’s life cycle. It’s time to take your idea and have some […]

5 Signs Your Startup Needs a Prototype

A prototype is a visual, tangible representation of an application that doesn’t require full-fledged development. Our clients have found these models incredibly useful in applying a lean methodology to their application build. So how do you know if you need a prototype? You are seeking outside investment.  Very few investors and customers understand code, but […]

The Lean UX Canvas

We work with a lot of companies in varying states of maturity. Some prospective clients come in with workflows, user identities and fully vetted business models — they just need an objective, expert hand to finalize strategy and design. Some folks come in with nothing more than a fantastic idea and a basic blueprint of […]