After two members of the Ten Fast Feet interactive agency team returned from a user experience design workshop, led by noted interaction designer Janice Fraser, our team worked together to re-imagine our UX process for our clients.
In Part I, Dylan Mullins, our creative and accounts director, and Brianna Reed, our designer, talked with communications director Carla Swank about what was learned at the workshop and how we’ve started putting the tips into practice.
Today, in Part II, we look at how our UX process has changed and why it’s still changing, the difference between "professional" and "expert," and why we’re telling our clients to "G.E.T. O.U.T."Read more...
As the summer was just getting underway, two members of the Ten Fast Feet interactive agency team jumped in a car and went back to school for a day to learn more about user experience design.
Dylan Mullins, our creative and accounts director, and Brianna Reed, our designer, headed to Jackson, Tenn., to attend a seminar hosted by Janice Fraser, a noted interaction designer for both web and mobile products. The day-long event consisted of both seminar sessions and hands-on work with concepts and was well attended, including a relatively large contingency of fellow Nashvillians.
After returning, our team worked together to take the new (and refreshed) ideas that Dylan and Brianna brought back and re-imagined our own UX process for our clients.
In this two-part blog series, communications director Carla Swank sits down with both Brianna and Dylan to talk about what the workshop was like, what we learned, and how we’re putting the workshop tips into practice to improve our process.
Today, in Part I, we dive into our refocusing on UX, what a car radio has to do with it and why brain dumping is a good thing.Read more...
Technology has become an important part of the video production process. While the actual cameras and editing equipment are integral pieces, one of the newer trends is the use of mobile and native apps.
During our recent video production for our startup client, RegistryBin, we tried out two iPhone apps. One proved to be extremely helpful; the other, not so much, but we could see its potential application purposes with a larger device.Read more...