Andrew J Wright

Experience Designer with expertise in Interaction Design, Information Architecture, and Content Strategy.

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Interacting with technology shouldn't be complicated. My mission is to create digital experiences that people find simple, meaningful, and pleasurable. I do this by understanding and designing for their needs, behaviours, and mental model.


Some of the companies I've worked with include:


Writings

User Experience Debt

UX debt is real and every digital product has some to repay. Some of this debt is incurred intentionally because tough decisions have to be made. Some of this debt is incurred unintentionally because assumptions about end-users go unchecked. It's time to start paying attention to the I.O.U.'s we're writing to our users.

Collected articles - Week of Jan 4, 2016

Collected articles from around the web on: scrolling behaviour, eloquent javascript, change leadership, design jobs of the future, and simulating complexity.

Get clear on purpose with content 'jobs'

Every piece of content you create for your website has a job to do. Content that doesn't have a clear job should either get one or get out.

Why I'm abandoning Google Inbox

I am abandoning Google Inbox because it fails to meet basic expectations for an email application. It's been over 2 months since I started using Google Inbox and I've had enough. I've missed a number of important messages and I don't want to miss any more.

When to apply UX effort in agile

When should you apply UX effort on an agile project to get the most out of it? Well, UX design skills are most valuable to agile processes at three key points: during modeling, during evaluation, and for facilitating day-to-day design activities.

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