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Designing Better Surveys: Obtaining Qualitative Insights through Quantitative Means

User research is the backbone of UX, helping us uncover what users really want and need, leading to better-informed design decisions and ultimately, more successful products. We had an opportunity to truly implement this with a global bioscience client when they wanted to find out what their employees thought of the company’s internal IT services.… Keep reading


Growing Ideas: Mind Mapping

Generating and expanding ideas can get pretty overwhelming with a number of apps these days, so why don't we go back to the good ol' method of mind-mapping? Jared shows how. Keep Reading


GST Blues Explained

The talk of the town these few weeks is about the Goods & Services Tax (GST). Here's an infographic to help reduce the confusion of its implementation. Keep Reading

User Experience

Software Wars: Toggl vs Harvest

Realising how important time tracking software is, Shen takes a look at two of the most widely-used ones - Harvest and our beloved Toggl. Keep Reading


What a Sound Advice

Sometimes, it is just as easy as this. Keep Reading


Fail and Fail Fast

A good team is built to weather, nay encourage, the education of failures. Shaza writes her take on how every company should help employees get their bearing back, send them out there again, then get the hell out of the way. Keep Reading


Why Higher Education Is Overrated and Skills Aren’t

It is painfully clear to many employers [that there] are serious gaps between elite educational credentials and actual individual competence. College transcripts spackled with As and Bs — particularly from liberal arts and humanities programs — reveal less about a candidate’s capabilities than most serious employers need to know. Keep Reading