We’re thrilled to share the 2015 enterprise UX storytelling sessions! Thanks to all who submitted an entry.
- “How UX Changed the Product Database” (Kim Bieler, UX Manager, FireEye)
A story about what happens when smart people think they know what everyone else is thinking.
- “Sometimes the Best UX Has No UI” (Jane Bungum, Principal Product Manager, Symantec)
Do our fellow enterprise workers of the world really need to slog through another user interface?
- “Getting to No—Not Doing the Right Damn Thing” (David Cain, Sr. UX Architect, McKesson)
Sometimes, the hardest thing to do in an enterprise is nothing.
- “Getting Fired Over Chapter Seven” (Audrey Crane, Partner, DesignMap)
A tale of woe involving a box of Alan Cooper books and a team of pissed off developers.
- “Nerdy is Darn Sexy” (Lada Gorlenko, User Experience Director, Artefact)
A rant with the hint of a great idea.
- “A UX Horror Story” (Jordan Koschei, Director of UX/UI, Fusion Media, Inc.)
You know a project’s going awry when the client asks to make an interface “jazzier and sexier.”
- “Enterprise UX and Meditation” (Liu Liu, Interaction Designer, Google)
Searching for peace of mind in the world of enterprise.
- “Shared So Beautifully” (Eva Miller, Design Strategist, Jama Software)
High-stakes problems can hide an entire ecosystem of people, data, and needs. Uncover this delicately connected world first, or risk creating solutions that cannot last or grow..