Category Archives: Human-Centered Software Design

Why I Love XD Throwdown
When given the opportunity to explain Design Thinking in action at the first XD Throwdown, I seized it immediately!
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Bringing Human-Centered Design and Agile Together
What happens if a company figures out how to integrate HCD and Agile?
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1904labs Accessibility Training: How Accessible Technology Benefits All Users
What inspired Italian inventor Pellegrino Turri to build one of the world’s first typewriters in the early 19th century? It
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The Five Ss: Locking Down a Design in #HCDAgile
For a very long time, Human-Centered Designers (HCD) have struggled with the intersection of validity and efficiency when working in
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How do you create a road map in an HCDAgile World?
How do you create a road map in an HCDAgile world? Transcript Question: As far as planning, especially in an
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How HCD Infused Agile + Decision Science Helps Companies Succeed
There’s often too many variables to consider when making big decisions in business. While intuition and industry experience go a
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How Human-Centered Design Saves Resources and Boosts Profits
Imagine your company were asked to design a queue system for a waiting room in a medical center for people
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World Usability Day St. Louis, November 9th, 4pm cst, in-person and online webcast.
All HCD/UX/Usability professionals and friends, join us for a series of panels and demos addressing the theme of inclusion in
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Working with Clients at 1904labs
Jake Renfro, 1904labs Director – Client Services, explains the benefits of working with 1904labs and its HCD infused agile processes.
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1904labs: Finding Success Between Startup and Corporate
1904labs was born from a dilemma. Mike Weaver, Senior Director of IT Product Development at Monsanto, wanted to hire some of
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1904labs is coming to Gateway to Innovation
If you work at a large company the odds are good that you have data, lots of data, year’s worth
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