A year ago, Uday Gajendar published an influential post on enterprise UX. I spoke with him to learn the story behind the post, and what he calls the "wicked craft" of enterprise UX. Gajendar also shared how he gets the next generation of designers interested in enterprise UX - in the face of the seductive power of the consumer tech startup.
Enterprise UX is dead in the water without collaboration. That means we can quit idealizing UX unicorns and get to work. Here's four key Enterprise UX concepts on the front burner.
User research can make the difference between a good enterprise UX and the wrong solution. I asked AKTA's Drew Davidson to make his case for user research on UX projects.
Building great enterprise UX teams means overcoming multiple roadblocks. Jon gets a view from the field from AKTA's Drew Davidson.
Enterprise UX expert Jose Coronado knows about UX done right. He's also seen his share of UX mistakes. In this piece, we share insights on how to address Enterprise UX skills issues via a maturity model. Then we hit the UX pitfalls.
Alteryx has a close partnership with Tableau and is winning ground by pushing BI out to the business user.
My last user experience (UX) pieces focused on design methods. This time around, we focus on UX design in action, with views and project stories from UX consultant and practitioner Jose Coronado.
Pete Trainor is founder and director of human centred design at Nexus, which looks at the nature vs nurture impact of digital services.
UX designer/instructor Everett McKay has a way of cutting through the UX noise. In part two, we get into the elusive pursuit of design simplicity, the personas debate, and software's overly-hostile personality
The importance of Enterprise UX is largely agreed upon, but that doesn't make it easier to do it right. UX expert Everett McKay has some fresh approaches to UX design that are worth a closer look.
The best user experience is when the machines do it all for you. Like cars, the era of self-driving enterprise IT is near, writes UNIT4's Thomas Staven
I spent a day with Infor's Hook & Loop design team in New York City. Their Enterprise UX ambitions go well beyond what I expected - but how will they get there? Here's what I learned.