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Bring Your Prototypes to Life with Adobe XD’s Latest Features

The struggle with prototyping is that most design software has minimal interactive and motion prototype features, but Adobe XD is closing this gap with its latest round of updates, and I’d like to share my thoughts on a few of these, specifically the Tap, Drag, and Voice triggers. These are a few small demonstrations of […]

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Perficient Digital Earns W3 Gold for New Healthcare Website

The new website we created for OhioHealth has received industry recognition for the third time since launch with the announcement of the W3 Award winners. The new OhioHealth.com earned a Gold award in the Healthcare Services Website category at the W3 Awards after also earning Creativity International and WebAwards nods earlier this year.  The new […]

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Websites Rewarded: Perficient Digital Earns Two WebAwards

Perficient Digital added two more awards to the shelf with the recent announcement of the 2018 WebAwards winners. The websites we created for CURT Manufacturing and OhioHealth were both recognized, earning Outstanding Manufacturing Website and Non-Profit Standard of Excellence awards, respectively. Our Commerce practice brought in the first award with the new CURT Manufacturing website, […]

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Perficient Digital Wins OMMA Award for Carhartt Microsite

MediaPost recently recognized Perficient Digital with an Online Marketing Media and Advertising (OMMA) Award for designing and developing the microsite for Carhartt’s Fall 2016 Lookbook. The microsite took home top honors in the Apparel/Fashion website category. A new spin on the typical one-size-fits-all media kit, the Carhartt microsite was designed to provide fashion reporters the content […]

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What’s in Your Marketing Wallet?

The marketer’s tool box is big and growing even larger each year. We have all heard the Capital One  “What’s in your Wallet?” commercial.  The implication is that this credit card is the one and only card you need.  During a presentation, it was mentioned that, on average, a marketer uses at least seven marketing […]

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Designing the small details – “Microinteractions”

Part 1 of 2 As a usability researcher it’s important for me to stay aware and informed of guidelines for designing user interactions. Also, I want to be literate about topics within user experience design. So Dan Saffer’s book Microinteractions – Designing with Details caught my attention. His text is interesting; it focuses on the importance […]

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They Dynamic Customer

The Dynamic Customer

At the recent Adobe Summit in Salt Lake City, one of the most interesting presentations I saw was delivered by John Bollen of MGM resorts. As the Chief Digital Officer for MGM, John is responsible for supporting the guest experience through technology. During his presentation, John brought up an interesting challenge. At MGM, they realize […]

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Experience Design Takes Time and Money

Last November, UX Magazine posted an insightful article (Experience Design in the Agency Setting) on how to properly follow an experience design process inside of an agency setting. This is something many firms have struggled with, and some continue to do, as the role and important of user experience grows in the industry. Properly planning and […]

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Trending: Historical Maps Using Crowd Sourced Photographs

Enlighten was acquired by Perficient Digital in December 2015. We’re thrilled the rest of the world is beginning to discover the awesomeness of Enlighten’s WhatWasThere web- and mobile-based application, which allows anyone to upload historical photos, place them precisely on a Google map, and then within Google Street View to create a near seamless melding […]

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Design Insights for Creating Touchscreen Interfaces

The thing you figure out fairly quickly when designing for a touchscreen device, like an iPad, is that most of the usability rules you studiously absorbed for the last 10-15 years have been flipped on their heads. The surgical precision of the point-and-click mouse is replaced by stubby-finger pinching, tapping, and swiping. Where once there […]

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