Narrative Clip: 30 Days In

This summer at Fuzzy Math, we are exploring the impact and interactions of wearable technology as each member of our team participates in a three-month-long project to explore the ins and outs of these devices. This endeavor will be broken down into three phases: 1) first impressions and getting to know one’s wearable device, 2)… Read more »

Misfit (Rise and) Shine: Counting Sheep with Wearable Sleep Tracking Data

This summer at Fuzzy Math, we are exploring the impact and interactions of wearable technology as each member of our team participates in a three-month-long project to explore the ins and outs of these devices. This endeavor will be broken down into three phases: 1) first impressions and getting to know one’s wearable device, 2)… Read more »

Aligning business strategy and customer needs for mobile products

In the ongoing debate of “native app” vs. “mobile web” there is plenty of attention paid to the technologies, their costs, and their limitations. However, what you need to focus on is selecting the delivery mechanism(s) that strengthens your relationship with your customers while also aligning with your business strategy. Both “native apps”, developed to… Read more »

Detaching Information Architecture from the UI

Visual Communication with IA The first project I worked on at Fuzzy Math (FM) was one in which we were tasked with redesigning the navigation system and taxonomy for a client’s travel-related website . When people hear “redesign”, it’s likely their mind will jump to some kind of screen or interface designs. However, we were… Read more »

Fuzzy Math Focus: Carl Duffield

If you’ve read a Fuzzy Math Focus post, you know that these tend to revolve around generally the same set of questions: where are you from, where did you go to school, what led you to UX, etc. For this edition, Carl got creative and opened up the interview process to anyone at Fuzzy Math who wanted… Read more »

Enterprise UX: Designing Organizational Culture Wrap-up

Welcome to Fuzzy Math’s recap of the Enterprise UX 2015 conference. We’re organizing our blog posts around both the keynotes and the four conference themes: Insight at Scale, Craft amid Complexity, Enterprise Experimentation, and Designing Organizational Culture. Today we recap the final theme of the conference, Designing Organizational Culture and Dave Gray’s closing keynote. Designing… Read more »

Enterprise UX: Enterprise Experimentation Wrap-up

Welcome to Fuzzy Math’s recap of the Enterprise UX 2015 conference. We’re organizing our blog posts around both the keynotes and the four conference themes: Insight at Scale, Craft amid Complexity, Enterprise Experimentation, and Designing Organizational Culture. Today we recap the first theme of day two, Enterprise Experimentation. The first theme of day two, wrangled… Read more »

Enterprise UX: Craft amid Complexity Wrap-up

Welcome to Fuzzy Math’s recap of the Enterprise UX 2015 conference. We’re organizing our blog posts around both the keynotes and the four conference themes: Insight at Scale, Craft amid Complexity, Enterprise Experimentation, and Designing Organizational Culture. Today we recap the second theme of the conference, Craft amid Complexity. This theme focused on how to… Read more »

The Wearables Project Begins!

As designers at Fuzzy Math who are always on the lookout for ways to solve difficult problems, we tend to gravitate toward people who have done this in very creative ways. We seek inspiring solutions to problems across industries ranging from architecture to healthcare and technology. This year, Fuzzy Math developed an overwhelmingly saturated interest… Read more »

Enterprise UX: Insight at Scale Wrap-up

Welcome to Fuzzy Math’s recap of the Enterprise UX 2015 conference. We’re organizing our blog posts around both the keynotes and the four conference themes: Insight at Scale, Craft amid Complexity, Enterprise Experimentation, and Designing Organizational Culture.Today we recap the first theme of the conference, Insight at Scale. Anyone who works in the UX field… Read more »