Online collections on museum websites are visited by art historians, curators and other professionals, right? Well that proves to be slightly different: yes there’s professional researchers, but there’s twice as many personal researchers.
You have a set of principles that have been shaped by your family, your environment, your social conditioning and even popular culture. These principles unconsciously direct your behaviour. They take you by the hand and guide you through life.
When designing digital we want to keep things simple. This is why we are starting a new series of blog about user behaviour, drawing on real life observations, research and data and every time conveniently dividing the world in two kinds of users. What better place to start this series than with the homepage, that main page of your website. Or… is it still?
Ryan Gannon tells what Deeson taught him about UX design and how it helped him launch his own venture.
Once a year at Deeson we undertake Personal Development Planning sessions, to help us reflect upon where we’ve got to over the last year, and what we want to achieve over the next few months. It’s an opportunity to reflect, a chance to map out career aspirations, and a candid opportunity to openly discuss what we want to get out of our professional experience.
Rainbow washing or ‘virtue signalling’ has come under increasing scrutiny as a tactic by corporations who use social activism as a marketing ploy without taking any real action to support the causes after the hashtag stops trending.