Alle Birds posts over: UX management
De belangrijkste uitdaging voor UX managers in 2020
Driemaal per jaar organiseert Informaat een bijkomst van de UX management kring. Deze bijeenkomsten geven deelnemende UX managers van Nederlandse bedrijven en organisaties de gelegenheid hun uitdagingen naar voren te brengen. Het zal geen verrassing zijn dat de Corona-crisis nu hun belangrijkste uitdaging is.
Top 5 BiRDS posts from 2013
Content strategy, UX management, and service design
B!RDS on a WiRE has had a successful year. Almost every week we managed to publish a least one post. Identifying relevant, interesting and valuable content has been our focus all the time. Content created by CX professionals from within Informaat and curated content by others from outside. This year our focus has been on […]
Content strategy (20), Service design (41), UX management (11)
SX Conference: ‘Design for the connected age’
Recently, Adaptive Path hosted their first Service Experience (SX) conference in San Francisco. The event brought together speakers and attendees from companies, agencies, and public sector organizations. Sketchnotes and some presentations are now available online.
Customer experience (67), Service design (41), User experience (39), UX management (11)
Design thinking in action
As a means towards innovation and customer-centricity, “design thinking” is lauded as a technique to infuse creativity throughout an organization. We know it’s being taught to future business leaders at places like Stanford’s d.school, but how’s it being applied in the real world? Global enterprise services leader Citrix provides an interesting example.
Culture (10), Customer experience (67), Design thinking (15), UX management (11)
Finding inspiration in Design Management
Well-recognized for decades, design management has paved the way in establishing the value of design in business success, through defined practices and an active community of practitioners. What learnings from the field can be applied for design projects in the digital and multi-touchpoint world?
Design (17), Design thinking (15), User-centered design (12), UX management (11)
What’s the ROI for design?
Answering this challenging question
Suggest to a board level executive that they double the number of retail outlets – or expand product lines sold in a web shop – and they might easily envisage the required investment and predicted profits. Selling the value of a design project is notoriously more difficult, however.
Design thinking (15), Digital strategy (22), UX management (11)
An update on the CCO role
We’ve previously looked at the role of Chief Customer Officer (CCO), through the eyes of someone in the role. But what can be learned about this up-and-coming job title through surveying multiple people? Forrester’s Paul Hagen stepped in to find out.
Culture (10), Customer experience (67), User experience (39), UX management (11)
Experience design management: An in-depth exploration from academia
Recently we’ve looked at the business aspects of UX management, from the characteristics of successful UX teams, to the role of the UX manager itself. An in-depth look and analysis of UX management itself seems in order.
Business processes (14), Customer experience (67), User-centered design (12), UX management (11)
UX Manager: What’s in the role?
Recently we looked at UX management, and the characteristics that bring success to the activity. To continue that theme, we decided to look at the role of the “UX Manager” itself, and see how the role is described in job listings. What can be learned from a quick survey?
User experience (39), User-centered design (12), UX management (11)
What makes a successful UX team?
Last week we looked at the role of UX managers and the important responsibility they shoulder within organizations. Now lets step back from that single role and look at the UX team itself. What can be learned about how it is composed, and what criteria determine its success?
UX management: The business aspects of delivering user experience
Previously on this blog, we’ve looked at the growing trend of user experience and customer experience representatives at the highest echelons of organizational structures: The “CXO” role. More common, however, are dedicated UX managers. This post explores their roles in some more detail.