Posts Tagged ‘Process’

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Why Additional Tailoring when we have Ready-made?

A Shopper’s Confession Let me start this blog with a confession: I prefer to shop my clothing from Ready-made stores in person only. I go to the Ready-made stores, check every counter for what’s new first. Secondly, select the cloth material. Considering our climatic conditions, its mostly cotton. Thirdly I go for my comfortable fitting […]

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Know Your Limits: Creating Process Flows in Dynamics 365

Dynamics 365 provides amazingly powerful tools for tracking business processes step-by-step, initiating stage-dependent actions, and maintaining strong relationships with clients. Dynamics 365 even comes with a handy drag-and-drop interface for creating and changing Business Process Flows, allowing enormous control over a business’s moving parts. Like any program, this process-creating function places some boundaries on what […]

Bipartisan Budget Act Of 2018: Complying With New Retirement Plan Rules

There has been a lot of talk about the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018, which was passed by Congress and signed by the President on February 9th, 2018. The law will last for two years and increase funding for both military and social programs. It represents the first significant bipartisan legislation in a long time. […]

Sitecore Experience Accelerator – What It Is And Why It Matters

A lot has been made recently of the new Sitecore Experience Accelerator (SXA, or sometimes just XA).  Sitecore has released some details around it (you can find an overview here and more details here), and with the release of 8.2 at the end of last month, more and more people are starting to get their […]

What Really is DevOps?

The term DevOps is still relatively new to the technology industry. The definition of DevOps isn’t really as clear as is for Agile Development Methodology. For many teams and organizations DevOps is a sort of unobtainable mythical beast; a unicorn if you will. Although, DevOps is obtainable for any team so long as the necessary […]

SxSW Day 1 – The Mechanics of Magic (Game Design Theory)

The first day of SxSW kicked off in great fashion by attending Christina Wodtke‘s (Twitter) session on Game Design and the 7 key lessons that come from game design and game designers. Christina did an amazing job of looking at the practice and craft of game design and applying it not only the design process […]

Corvette Redesign Revealed

The video highlighting the new design of the Chevrolet Corvette has been revealed, and it’s mighty impressive. What’s more impressive about the video is all the passion, creative thought and desire for greatest that is expressed by the designers of the new model is the very same thing that drives us as Experience Designers. As […]

The Secrets of Design Thinking for Enterprise Mobile Apps

According to IDEO, “Design Thinking is a about believing we can make a difference, and having an intentional process in order to get to new relevant solutions that create positive impact.” It is also described as being human-centered, collaborative, optimistic and experimental. IDEO follows an open-source process to implement Design Thinking by dividing it into the […]

Experience Design Takes Time and Money

Last November, UX Magazine posted an insightful article (Experience Design in the Agency Setting) on how to properly follow an experience design process inside of an agency setting. This is something many firms have struggled with, and some continue to do, as the role and important of user experience grows in the industry. Properly planning and […]