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In addition to the product chrome, my team has also provided design specifications for the “micro interactions” of our editor’s canvas. This is work that…

The document management workflow is the 2nd most used area of our software. This area of our system is important for sharing documents, organizing them,…

Because my company (Lucid Software) has a history of being more engineering oriented than design oriented, my design team has had to work with a…

My team has been designing more delicate interactions and specifications of finer detail in our product lately. UX design at Lucid encompasses many types of…

Our design team at Lucid has been involved in creating clickable prototypes using an in-house, dynamic, HTML component system called Lucid Particle. The purpose of…

Overview I was invited to speak at the Hashimoto Art Seminar series at my alma mater, USU. This was especially exciting for me because as…

Why do I have a picture of a trash can in my portfolio? First of all, if you look closely, it’s a recycle bin –…

Overview As Lucid has moved towards enterprise offerings – we’ve had to build out more robust enterprise features, along with an “Team Admin” section of…

Overview I was invited to speak at Utah’s first, local design conference – FRONT. This was the natural growth and progression of the previous year’s…

Overview With a new design team, I had become sensitive to the design process that was emerging at Lucid Software. Designers work in a liminal…

Overview Lucid Software recently updated their diagramming app to be native IOS app. Previously their mobile diagramming tool was just an app that was running…

I keep encountering the phrase “Lean UX” at work and in local design circles. The first time I came across this buzzword, I thought it was a fancy way of saying, “cut corners in your process to get more UX work done” – which is ridiculous and doesn’t make sense. I then thought it meant “we’re too poor to hire more UX designers so here’s a method to produce more work with fewer heads” – which sounds like a crappy job.

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