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Category Archives: User Experience

Build Day 3 – In With the New: Microsoft Edge, More HoloLens, Azure Logic Apps, and Direct2D

[This post is by Jeff Mlakar, a member of the Business Intelligence Team at Bennett Adelson.  Follow us @BIatBA and @JeffMlakar] This was my third and final day at the Microsoft Build Conference. My first was almost all HoloLens. My second was all data. I tried to find a theme in the sessions I saw …

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My Day at Holographic Academy

[This entry was written by Jeff Mlakar, a member of the Business Intelligence Team at Bennett Adelson.] Today was day 1 at the Microsoft Build Conference.  While there were many exciting things that came out of the Keynote like an Android subsystem on Windows, Objective-C apps, and, I’m happy to report, lots pieces for the …

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Simple Augmented Browsing for Website Development and Troubleshooting

Often times developers face the challenge of quickly making a few trivial changes to an existing website just to see how a change of an image or a css style would look. We can make these changes in a development environment, no problem there. But what if you have to do it to a live …

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“One Size Doesn’t Fit All – User Experience 101”

Often we meet with clients who have already determined the type of technology for their application before they have determined what they want the application to accomplish. With any project it’s crucial to start with User Experience first. In a sea of frameworks, platforms and operating systems at our disposal, it’s easy to get side …

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Responsive Design Made Easy

The Problem As any designer not living under a rock the last year can tell you “responsive design” is the latest buzz word to take the industry by storm. While I believe that responsive design is a great and necessary thing, the problem pops up when a front end developer (that’s me) needs to incorporate …

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The Devil is in the Details

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from my 17 years in advertising, it’s that when it comes to your design, it’s ALL about the details. Whether it’s consistent tone-of-voice, pixel-perfect design, or designing for touch – trust me on this when I say it all matters to your audience. You don’t have to be a …

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