To keep up with a constantly changing industry, we are always trying new tools and processes. About a year ago, we joined our development team in using JIRA as the primary tool to track our design tasks, and started using Dual-track Scrum. Here's how we've learned to integrate.
Kristin DuhaimeProduct Designer
Although Kristin is a country girl at heart, she has somehow found herself living in one of the largest cities in the US. Delighted by the acoustic guitar and tickled pink by a well-designed typeface, Kristin is thrilled to have joined Devbridge as a Junior Interactive Designer.
An avid user of Illustrator, Gmail and Twitter, this fun-sized designer would like to be able to shrink even smaller than she already is to explore places others cannot. When she’s not busy putting her creative skills to use at Devbridge, Kristin can usually be found watching and singing along to The Lion King.
Designing for the web is no easy task. We must take a lot into consideration in order to solve both complex and simple usability problems. To solve these common problems we often refer to design patterns. Sometimes, design patterns are there for a reason. Other times, you can break those patterns and end up with a new innovation.