Academy Xi has launched The Founding Futures, a new scholarship which will offer Indigenous Australians training in User Experience Design.
Tayble allows customers to look at a restaurant menu and order as soon they take a seat. The mobile app also acts as a discovery platform for nearby venues.
Paper Plane connects companies with students through real world projects, having participants work together in teams to solve real business problems in a bid to bridge the gap between education and employment.
To help businesses to perfect their online presence, startup Loop11 has developed a platform that enables users to run their own detailed usability testing.
The job of a UX designer is to job is to improve the accessibility, usability and overall enjoyment of a product, particularly digital applications, software and appliances.
To help companies grow their internal capabilities and in addition help individuals progress in the digital technology space is Sydney startup Academy Xi. The business is a startup in itself and provides people with tech-based programs for people to upskill and reinvent their careers.
Startup Daily recently sat down with Bree Johnson, Erika Geraerts and Jess Hatzis, three of the founders behind ecommerce and rapid-growth beauty brand Frank Body. In the interview, we look at how the team has handled fast growth and what systems needed to be put in place to manage this, as well as why it is so important for ecommerce companies to develop a unique brand and ‘voice’ early on and how hiring the right talent plays a massive part in the degree of success a company will reach.
Quite often startups mistake ‘nobody complaining’ about the technology as an interpretation of everybody being happy with it.
Since graduating from last season’s INCUBATE class, it seems that ‘goal achievement’ startup, Promise or Pay, has undergone a bit of a face-lift. This is hardly uncommon for a startup going through an incubator program, but in this particular case, UI is critical to the success of this startup as it now has three other really strong contenders to compete with in the space.
Objection handling is for sales, and should never be used in UX (User Experience) discussions. Unfortunately it is, way too often.