We start with understanding user needs, and collaboratively refine the design with feedback from users, stakeholders and developers. The result: Solutions that work the way your users expect them to.
We can design the next generation of your application or web site, clarify user requirements, or recommend ways to improve the user interface for navigation, findability, and ease of use.
At UXPA-DC's annual User Focus conference, practitioners from Design for Context gave several presentations on topics such as keeping the long-term vision alive on long-running UX projects; moving a cultural "systematic catalog" online; how UX practitioners can empower their clients to build upon their work; and techniques for effective collaboration between UX designers and visual designers. Presentations are posted on our Publications page.
The world of information architecture has changed, and a reframing is moving the conversation forward. Duane Degler contributes a chapter to the recently released book that explores this work: Reframing Information Architecture.