User Experience and Usability

The business case for UX

Whatever the organisation’s relationship with UX, the goal should be the same: to make a product or experience that solves a problem for a user and delights them in the process of solving it. But what about building a business case for UX? Why invest in UX? Why and where is UX important? How do […]

A phone screen displaying the Moonpig app with a marker pen and a binder arranged around it.

Moonpig on innovating during a pandemic, internal empathy and nailing the basics of UX

Camila Diaz is Head of Product Design and Research at online greetings cards and gift company Moonpig. At Moonpig, Product Design is a discipline that comprises a range of UX-related functions, including user research, user experience design, information architecture, visual design interaction, and service design thinking. As such, Diaz played a pivotal role in the […]

A screen capture of the National Rail website being displayed in greyscale on Sunday 11th April 2021.

Three UX and accessibility lessons from National Rail’s greyscale fiasco

It’s an incident that we can expect to see featured in countless presentations about the importance of accessibility, user experience (UX) and design: on Sunday 11th April, National Rail changed the colour scheme of its website from its signature blue and yellow to greyscale as a mark of respect for the passing of Prince Philip, […]