November 26
Designing for opposable thumbs
Design, UI/UX

One of the easiest to understand, yet still one of the most abused concepts when breathing life into your mobile product is that your interface, disregarding for […]

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May 11
Being a UX team of one: Understanding your strengths & weaknesses
Business, Design, Presentations, Startups, UI/UX

View more presentations from vince baskerville I had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Sydney, NSW Australia recently for the WebDU 2012 conference and had an amazing time! […]

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February 08
Great design equals a great UX… right?
Design, Startups, UI/UX

No. Just Copy Path & Pinterest I enjoy using Path and Pinterest as much as the next person, however with all the aggregated attention that these indeed […]

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January 25
The Messy-but-Pretty-Art of UX Sketching
Design, UI/UX

Peiter Buick wrote a great article on The Messy Art of UX Sketching and, although he stresses the importance of how UX sketches should be designed, one shouldn’t be afraid […]

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January 11
Eight startup UX tips
Business, Design, Startups, UI/UX

Wireframes, site maps, flow diagrams, mockups, etc are all traditional documents that many people expect to receive from UX-ers in quantity while usually maintaining a high quality […]

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January 09
24 top resources for User Experience geeks
Books, Design, Reviews, Startups, UI/UX

Here is a list of resources for Usability Specialists, Interaction Designers, Web Designers/Developers, Information Architects, Product Managers and really anyone else interested in User Experience field. I’m frequently asked […]

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January 02
Why is your Minimal Viable Product (MVP) really just a PoS?
Business, Design, Development, Startups, UI/UX

With all of the available buzzwords surrounding startup  enthusiasts, one of the top phrases is MVP: Minimal Viable Product. Although I do believe in the concept, it […]

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December 12
Agile, UX and Startups — oh my!
Business, Design, Startups, UI/UX

Finding a User Experience Designer for your startup Being apart of a startup is an exhilarating experience. If you love challenges and pushing yourself and failing  you’ll love being […]

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About Vince Baskerville
Product Manager at Lithium, a co-founder of 2 startups: TripLingo and Glancely.
A 10+ year industry specialist & adrenaline junkie whom has traveled to 12 countries, and is known for creating highly intuitive-engaging digital products. Continue reading »
 
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