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We re-built the form builder from scratch and incorporated some new features and fields that should make life easier.
An overview of Cascade and Limestone, two major tools our campus uses to deliver useful content through a consistent visual language
The university has a new homepage.
Designing a single webpage is one thing. But the real world of user experience is a complex tangle of digital and non-digital, mobile and laptop, app and website, online and in person. How do we design for that mess?
A new university homepage is coming. Before it arrives we want to let you spend some quality time with the new design.
alpha.usask.ca existed from August 2nd to September 16th. It changed a lot during that period in response to user feedback. Here's a look at how it evolved.
How do people feel about alpha.usask.ca? We're measuring user experience in real time and sharing that data for anyone to see.
Learn about the public prototype being used to test design ideas for an upgraded usask.ca homepage
How do we distinguish between features that are required, desired, and delightful?
We worked quickly through our first design sprint and built a simple prototype to test a few assumptions with real users.
We're working in design sprints for the usask.ca homepage upgrade. And after only one week we already have our first prototype.
Here's a weird question: What is the purpose of our homepage?
What gets the most clicks on the current homepage and what does that data tell us?
Is it possible to design in a group without the evil perils of "design by committee"?
We’re designing the university homepage differently than we have before. Here’s a look at what we’ll be doing.
Oh no, not again.