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Defining UX

Posted by deviseteam on Jan 27, 2014

Like every senior practitioner within the fields of UX, I too have cast my modeling hat in the ring when it comes to defining User Experience Design. Note that already I come from a design perspective; my own roots lie in Interaction Design and User Research, while I...

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Devise Specialties

Posted by deviseteam on Jan 25, 2014

Devise Consulting provides services for digital product & service development. We’re specialists in user research and deliver data-driven personas that inform the creation of innovative design solutions. We define products that delight your customers, and...

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Understanding Patient Engagement

Posted by deviseteam on Jan 25, 2014

Recently Liz Bacon presented a talk to the HIMSS Usability Task Force about “Understanding Patient Engagement”. So often, the production of health information technology can leave the human element and context of use behind. However, we can only generate...

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Information Design

Posted by deviseteam on Jan 25, 2014

For Integrated Services Inc (ISI), Devise provided user research, interaction design and visual design services. We went into the field to spend time at quick-lube shops, studying their operations and daily activities in order to provide design concepts for a new...

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Redefining Research

Posted by deviseteam on Jan 25, 2014

For our client, Revelation Inc., we designed the 2.0 version of their PROJECT software, which manages online research studies. We scoped an engagement involving User Research, Product Conception and Detailed Design. Partnering with their interaction designer, Michael...

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For Designers Interested in Medical Devices

Posted by deviseteam on Aug 25, 2012

Liz Bacon presented this talk to an audience of seasoned user experience designers in San Francisco, California in August 2011. For any designers interested in medical devices and healthcare, please read this guidance as encouragement and use it as a pathway to some...

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