Enterprise UX: Insight at Scale Wrap-up

Anyone who works in the UX field understands how important research is to the UX process, and more generally, to delivering a successful product. Research isn’t a step within the process, but more of a thread throughout the process. Research lets us understand the people using our products, the context of that use, their goals, motivations, pain points, and almost anything else we want to know about their use of what we’re working on. Read more »

Enterprise UX: The Wrap-up

Welcome to Fuzzy Math’s recap of the Enterprise UX 2015 conference. We’re organizing our blog posts around both… Read more »

At your service!

Julia and Rachel here. Recently we had the opportunity to take part in an expedited service design project,… Read more »

Enterprise UX: Integrating UX into Large Organizations

For our final post in our Enterprise UX series we wanted to tackle the biggest challenge: organizational change. Given the potentially limitless size and scope, we’re going to insist on being realistic as you imagine how this would apply to your situation, and also focus on how to integrate these user experience design practices and methodologies into your enterprise organization. Read more »

Enterprise UX: Removing the Fear from Enterprise UX Experiments

Innovation through experimentation sounds scary for many enterprises and perhaps impossible for their employees. Although it may sound this way, innovation within enterprises is very possible — we have many happy clients (and successful research) to prove that it’s possible to innovate with a bit of courage and good methods. Read more »

Enterprise UX: Refined Design for Chaotic Systems

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Enterprise applications are chaos. They’re built for many users across many organizations using many features in many different ways (to say nothing of the intricacies of groups, departments, and business units). How do you reduce entropy in such a complex system? Read more »

Enterprise UX: Produce Research Findings Reports with Impact

Once you’ve conducted research, you need to synthesize the data. Many times, this synthesis is the primary value of the engagement. And often, it’s easier to find designers able to conduct research than to find those able to extract meaningful insights that make for impactful findings and recommendations. Read more »