UX + Whisky = Flow

February 16th, 2016 by Gabrielle Mehlman

What happens when you combine the creative concept of flow with a whisky tasting? The UX design team at Deloitte Digital’s Fremont studio decided to find out.

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Upping the creative ante: Alan Schulman on joining Deloitte Digital

June 10th, 2015 by Deloitte Digital

As a digital consulting agency, we’re creating a completely new model to help clients in the age of digital disruption—and beyond. To build out that vision, we’re constantly investing in top creative talent of all disciplines. Today, we’re pleased to announce Alan Schulman joins us as National Director of Content Marketing & Creative Experience.

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Women in creative leadership: What’s your number?

April 30th, 2015 by Holly Perkins

Women are responsible for 85% of consumer spending, so building a team that better represents our population will likely make it easier for us to help impact our client’s businesses. Read how Holly Perkins helped one Deloitte Digital studio continue the conversation about women in leadership.

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Your customers evolve, and so should you

March 30th, 2015 by Westin Hatch

Customer needs evolve over time. Sometimes companies view these changes as unimportant or as fads, just as parents sometimes dismiss their child’s priorities as whims. Doing so may be a mistake. Making specific “lifestyle” changes can help companies and people keep up.

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Masters of translation: Deloitte Digital business experience designers

August 4th, 2014 by Justin Franks

One of the great things about Deloitte Digital is the variety of projects that we are able to take on for our clients, often in collaboration with other groups within Deloitte. To make these projects work smoothly, we have people who bridge the gap between traditional consulting, studio, and our clients: Business Experience Designers (BXD).

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What’s a UX designer doing on an oil rig?

March 27th, 2014 by Deloitte Digital

Seattle Studio UX Designer Jason Gorfine recently returned from a trip to the Gulf of Mexico, where he was spending some time on an offshore drilling services rig. (As you do.) It was all part of the UX discovery process, so our teams can help design digital tools that make working on the rig easier – maybe even safer.

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New! AIGA Events app: designers designing for designers

February 25th, 2014 by Deloitte Digital

Non-profit AIGA, a professional association for designers, wanted to create a mobile app that would combine event calendars of local chapters into a filter-able, nationwide listing. Aaron Shurts, Deloitte Digital Associate Creative Director and AIGA Seattle Chapter President, put a team together to make it happen.

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Business experience design: Our key to a user-centric approach

February 23rd, 2014 by Deloitte Digital

Meet Jess Nichols, Business Experience Designer (BXD), extraordinaire. Originally from Australia, this week, she’s in Budapest with a Deloitte Digital client. What’s she doing? Well, that gets to the heart of what BXDs do. Find out about her and the key role she plays in building beautiful, useful digital products that enhance our clients’ brands.

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Architecture, Design, and the Connected Environment

December 18th, 2013 by Andy Fitzgerald

Andy Fitzgerald, the Deloitte Digital Seattle studio’s UX Design lead, kicks off a blog series with O’Reilly Radar about user interface design, user experience design, and information architecture for connected environments.

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Architecture and UX: The art of making things good

November 19th, 2013 by Jimmy Cailotto

Dan Klyn, information architect, has studied the works of Richard Saul Wurman, the architect, author, and designer who coined the term “information architecture.” In a recent lecture at UX Week 2013, Klyn talked about the concepts that link architecture as we know it and how we organize information.

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iOS 7: Updates for business and enterprise

September 30th, 2013 by Jared Miniman

iOS 7 is creating a splash in consumer markets, but there are updates that may be important for the business user and enterprise too. Deloitte Digital’s Jared Miniman talks through how new features can be useful for our clients.

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UX Strategy: Research, collaboration, and the power of making

September 26th, 2013 by Andy Fitzgerald

Where do business strategy and user experience strategy collide? At the beginning of September, Deloitte Digital Associate Creative Director Andy Fitzgerald attended the first annual UXStrat conference. An interesting theme emerged around how the gap between UX and business strategy is blurring. Check out his roundup here.

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Pixels as products

September 9th, 2013 by Chris Stauch

The Seattle studio recently welcomed new creative director, Chris Stauch, onto the scene. Here, we get a shot of what’s exciting him about the digital space right now.

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Re-imagining work—it’s all by design…

August 19th, 2013 by Maureen Carter

What is design, and how will it drive the work of Deloitte Digital’s new Federal studio? Here, Maureen Carter, the DD Federal team’s new creative director, shares her thoughts on how design will be the foundation for innovative digital solutions for our federal clients.

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What to consider when designing social for the enterprise

August 5th, 2013 by Adrian Chan

Enterprise social tools have a different set of goals. It’s all about getting work done. That means they need to address purposes of timing, aligning, connecting, transacting, obligating—not just persona building. What does this mean for designing the enterprise social experience?

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Design as transformation

July 19th, 2013 by Nelson Kunkel

Design is inherent in all of the work we do at Deloitte Digital. Nelson Kunkel, our National Creative Director, shares how we use design as a vehicle for transformation, using it to think across systems and create solutions to new challenges in the digital world.

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Android and the enterprise

November 28th, 2012 by Deloitte Digital

While Android continues to prove its popularity with consumers, Android’s presence in the enterprise has only just begun. How can you take advantage of the Android platform? We’ll walk you through the many advantages Android offers for enterprise applications.

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UX unicorns and other fanciful creatures

September 16th, 2012 by Deloitte Digital

Fewer things in User Experience Design are more contended than the definition of User Experience Design. Most of us who practice it agree on the goals of UX Design (happy users) and even the methods we use to get there (contextual inquiries, user journey maps, wireframes, usability studies, etc). But defining “the thing itself” continues to baffle us.

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