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User flows helped us determine the best way to move users from one point to another, and prototypes helped confirm we were going in the right direction.
The main goal of design for Brookings Health System was clear: design with wayfinding in mind, just as you would in the hospital.
Briar Cliff’s small stature was repositioned as a benefit for their responsive Umbraco site.
By mapping local needs to a national design model, Blend and Delta Dental South Dakota combined the best of both systems.
When Minnesota West needed to submit an RFP for a new website, they turned to Blend to help them determine what that site might look like.
In advance of Now What? Workshops, we’re featuring short interviews with our smart and wonderful workshop speakers. This week, we talk to Jon Crowley about analytics and metrics — and how to use metrics to make better content decisions.
Blend’s strategic design philosophy is one of Design Through Discovery: we design in a way that's usable, useful, and collaborative with those who will use and maintain the final product.
Our web is a complicated web, because people are complicated beings. So we depend on asking questions – for clarity, yes, but also for education and inclusion.
Corey and Deane discuss the opening beats of a project. Then, we chat with Bill DeRouchey, former lead product designer for Zendesk, to discuss his history with vetting and researching a new project during the opening salvo, territorialism, and Mike Watt.
Episode 2: Set Your Expectations (w/ Karen McGrane) Off-site link
Corey and Deane talk about the concept of having it "fast, cheap, and good: pick two." Then, we chat with Karen McGrane of Autogram about our role as corporate counselors, dealing with overpromises, and the best mockumentary.