User Experience

Adding Value to Products through User Experience with Evan Ross from Nectar

How do you define User Experience (UX)? User Experience entails focusing on the user and the steps they take when interacting with a product or service. How does UX benefit products and consumers? Good User Experience design can differentiate a merely functional product from [...]

Adding Value to Products through User Experience with Evan Ross from Nectar2017-09-06T00:33:59+00:00

New Limb Lengthening Medical Device Design from Nectar Product Development

Long Beach, California – July 7, 2017 – Nectar Product Development, an innovation focused medical technology developer, has redesigned a limp lengthening device that was released into the market for patients with limb length discrepancy (LLD). The PRECICE system, by Nuvasive, is comprised of [...]

New Limb Lengthening Medical Device Design from Nectar Product Development2019-01-05T00:10:07+00:00

Nectar Creates Product to Improve Pilot Safety

First Hand Experience All pilots are mandated to have charts and maps while they fly. In the past, pilots would carry heavy and cumbersome bags filled with paper charts in their planes, which needed to be constantly updated to maintain their relevance. With [...]

Nectar Creates Product to Improve Pilot Safety2018-12-31T20:52:04+00:00

Webinar with Frank Yoo – Director of UX Design at Lyft

Hey guys! I attended a webinar hosted by User Testing with Lyft’s Frank Yoo, head of UX & Product design at Lyft. He revealed some of Lyft’s secrets about their process and I’m here to give you the cliff notes! Side Note: User Testing [...]

Webinar with Frank Yoo – Director of UX Design at Lyft2018-12-31T21:07:41+00:00

3 Differences – Apple’s HIG vs Google’s Material Design Standards

#1 Depth of Field vs Material  “The fundamentals of light, surface, and movement are key to conveying how objects move, interact, and exist in space and in relation to each other. Realistic lighting shows seams, divides space, and indicates moving parts” – Google “Depth. Visual [...]

3 Differences – Apple’s HIG vs Google’s Material Design Standards2018-12-31T18:20:53+00:00