AnxietyTech is a conference started by Kari & Jamund Ferguson, a husband and wife team that aims to “explore how technologists can better contribute to the growing mental health challenges in the world”. They brought together researchers, technologists, and mental health professionals to discuss the intersection of mental health and technology. It is a conference for programmers, researchers, technology developers, and health providers in order to expand the conversation surrounding how technology is changing the way in which we understand and approach mental health challenges.[Read More]
Every 6 months the Key Lime team releases competitive reports in various industries. These reports level set top players and identify the many included features a given mobile app or site have available, but also detail the importance how important each feature is and which are best from a usability perspective.[Read More]
Experts can be very helpful during initial design efforts for a product, sharing their wealth of knowledge and experience with a development team to guide their understanding of user requirements. After all, they understand everything in the domain so well and know a ton of skills, some of which they can perform without breaking a sweat. But what if we told you that expert influence on early design decisions can also introduce biases if not adequately checked?[Read More]
“Creativity Is allowing yourself to make mistakes, design is knowing which ones to keep”
– Scott Adams
2017 was an amazing year filled with so many exciting new projects, people, knowledge, and experiences. As we move into a brand new year, it is always nice to look back on all that was accomplished in the past year to help gear up for the new one. We at Key Lime Interactive are very excited to see all that 2018 has to offer![Read More]
The annual VRX conference was held in San Francisco, CA on December 7 & 8 2017. Here are a few of the major takeaways from Key Lime Interactive’s Lead Researcher and Strategist, Rick Damaso, from this year’s event.
“User Experience designers and researchers can impact the course of events by creating technology, products and services that are inclusive at their core.”- WUD2017
This past Thursday, November 9th, was the Puget Sound World Usability Day 2017 event, which focused on the theme of inclusion through user experience. This theme addressed the power of technology as a medium that brings people together and helps us to embrace our similarities. This powerful theme attracted a wide range of industry members, from Google to Amazon, to two Key Limers. This WUD 2017 was extra special for us because our amazing VP of Client Insights, Steve Foster, gave a presentation on Biometrics in UX Research.[Read More]
Mindy Eng: Key Lime Interactive’s UX Researcher & Strategist
We here at Key Lime Interactive LLC, are ecstatic to welcome our Mindy Eng to our team as a User Experience Researcher. We’ve taken this opportunity to speak to user experience researcher Mindy Eng about her past experiences in UX research and how this will allow her to play a great role with us here at KLI.[Read More]
Since UX is still growing and developing, we as UXers have the privilege to watch, learn from, and even work alongside some of the most influential and just plain awesome people that are a part of this field. As a result, the UX field is extremely dynamic, constantly growing and evolving due to the impact those who work in this field can make. So, we asked our team, “who is your most influential UX person and why?” Here are some of their answers:[Read More]
From VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality), UI (user interface), to the future and beyond, we have compiled a list of some worthwhile reads regarding the field of UX and technology. Whether you are looking to spend this summer nerding out, or simply in dire need of some good summer reading list whilst lounging poolside, we’ve got you covered.