Recently, a few members of the Optimal Workshop worked remotely in various places around the world. See how we managed our work remotely here!
Recruiting participants for usability studies can be tricky, but there are ways around this hurdle. Read on to find out UX Agony Aunt's advice!
We recently invited a number of our researchers to complete a survey in order to develop a wider snapshot of how people use our tools.
Would you like to share your experiences using Optimal Workshop’s tools or help us test new features? Here’s your chance!
Card sorts are in essence a simple technique, however it’s the details of the sort that can determine the quality of your results.
Our user onboarding and optimization expert Samantha took some time to revamp our sign-up page in order to increase conversions.
Our new Product Manager Andy has taken on the task of prioritizing product improvements using our very own OptimalSort.
I caught up with Matt to find out how he became involved in UX New Zealand, how things went last year and what’s in store for UX New Zealand 2016.
In this part of the UX Book Review series, we look at 'How to make sense of any mess' and how information architecture relates to everybody.