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Author: Jamie Geoghegan

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1st May 2019 -

Prototyping Methods for a better User Experience

Let’s take a look at different prototyping methods, their benefits, and how they can really speed up the design process.

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9th Jul 2018 -

Design Trends for Cookie Policy Notices

A website’s cookie notice is something that is often overlooked during the design process and tends to be a last minute quick design addition. This can lead to them being too disruptive, poorly functioning, not in line with your website’s look and feel, or just plain ugly. But they don’t need to be. By law, […]

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11th Jan 2018 -

Intelligent UX: Graceful Degradation vs Progressive Enhancement

In this ever-changing digital world, creating websites, apps and content with a slick user experience is a constant challenge…

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28th Jun 2017 -

8 UX Design Improvements for the Kilkenny Shop

I recently discovered the Kilkenny Shop website and made a list of UX design improvements I think could help enhance it. Have a look…

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18th Jan 2017 -

Brand Personality Online

Getting your organisation’s tone of voice across online is vital to achieving a personal and friendly experience.

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19th Sep 2016 -

Design Trends & Usability: The Hamburger Menu On Desktop

Should you use a hamburger menu on desktop screens? Is it clean design or bad UX? Let’s find out.