Abbey Fitzgerald has worked in various digital roles throughout her career. She feels very fortunate to help students with their learning journey and spends her day designing educational software. She loves talking to product users and collaborating with an amazing team to create useful, usable and enjoyable products. When not in front of a backlit device, she dabbles in charcoal and oil paints on location.
Seven tips for creating better digital experiences for older users
The population is shifting and the number of people in the over-60 age bracket is increasing. According to the World Health Organization, by 2050, nearly two billion people across the world are expected to be over 60 years old. That’s more than triple the number…
How can UX professionals plan for AI as it shapes the future of the industry?
Scan through any tech blog and you’ll most likely see numerous posts about Artificial Intelligence and how it is revolutionizing just about every industry. It will change UX, but AI is not going to take over our jobs. AI should excite us, not scare us….
What do UX designers need to know about accessibility?
It’s great that accessible experiences are becoming the norm and more designers are planning for users who access the web differently from a ‘traditional user’, but with 19% of users having some form of disability the web cannot favor the ‘traditional user’ anymore. When you…
Five reasons why UX Design and Product Management are a perfect match
What makes a successful working relationship between two team members? A few things that come to mind are empathy, having a common goal and excellent communication. These traits are important when thinking about those who use your product, but also with the working relationship between…