Front-End, UI / UX Engineering
User experience and user interface design are key components of the Revelry product development process. While UI / UX design is an ever-expansive (and ever-evolving) category, we rely on design thinking best practices and a unique Lean Agile process as we tackle all aspects of our front-end development work. Equally important: Our design engineers remain curious…always learning, questioning, and pushing into new territory.
Here, our team of front-end design engineers share some of their thoughts, ideas, and observations. Sign up for our monthly newsletter for more.
We at Revelry have a #wordelry channel in Slack where we share our Wordle scores and commiserate about unlucky guesses. It’s a great way…
At Revelry, we use BDD for all members of the team — and yes, that team includes our clients — so that everyone is clear about the intended user experience in the final product. Revelry’s flavor of BDD is a process for describing software features that is biased toward user’s actions and the results of those actions.
What are the best image formats for web? Saving an optimized file in an appropriate format can have a big impact on website speed.
UX and Machine Learning have a lot in common and the user design experience process can benefit machine learning.
Although we might not be able to anticipate and avoid every user’s pain points, we can minimize by avoiding these common UX design mistakes.
We can lose or gain users as a result of design changes. Terrifyingly, we can lose money due to bad UX design. So you can see how crucial it is to make the right UX decision.
Always on the hunt for ways to automate or be more efficient, Steve lists several VS Code extensions that make his every day life better when writing CSS or SCSS.
Good IA helps the end user have a better understanding of your product, navigate your product with ease, and makes your product more predictable and intuitive.
There are many tools at a UX Designer’s disposal when it comes to analyzing and planning for the optimal UX of a product or feature. Hauwa shares hers.
The checklist is a good foundation for a UX audit and can be used as a starting point and not as an end goal, but rather as a guide.