Category: Experience Design

  • Payment Request API for online purchases in PWAs

    Payment Request API for online purchases in PWAs

    How the Payment Request API can help provide in-app purchases in PWAs

    Diogo Cunha
  • Building Progressive Web Apps

    Building Progressive Web Apps

    How to build performant progressive web apps and why they matter

    Diogo Cunha
    Experience Design, Frontend | 30th April 2018
  • It’s time for OSS to embrace Design-Led Development

    A Design Sprint helped the Node Clinic team build a solution that answers user needs. It can help you too.

  • Design-Sprint-Templates

    A guide to how we run Design Sprints at NearForm

    Design Sprint Templates create a shared understanding of the activities that occur in a Design Sprint and ensure the team gathers the necessary information in each phase of the Design Sprint.

  • The NearForm Design Sprint Handbook

    The NearForm Design Sprint Handbook

    Given how expensive software development is, the biggest cost saving in any of our engagements is to write as little software as possible!

    Damian Beresford
    Agile, eBook, Experience Design, UI UX | 30th November 2017
  • Methods for improving your decision making process

    Methods for improving your decision making process

    Master these straightforward steps and your decision making process will never be the same again

  • Measuring Emotions in Lean Product Design

    Measuring Emotions in Lean Product Design

    Why we should accurately measure the customers’ emotional response as part of the product design process.

    Joy Burke
  • How design sprints enable organisations to build better products

    How design sprints enable organisations to build better products

    nearForm facilitates 5 days Concept Sprints to define the Minimum Viable Product.

  • The Cost of Logging

    The Cost of Logging

    At NearForm, we like to scratch our own itch, and we build tools based on the needs of our customers and our own needs as consultants. When David Mark Clements and myself were in London conducting a performance training and consulting engagement with Net-A-Porter, we noticed that the routes which were logging more were the slowest ones. Moreover,…

  • How PayPal is being revolutionised by Node.js and Lean-UX

    Release the Kraken: How PayPal is being revolutionised by Node.js and Lean-UX

    At the beginning of September 2013, we had the pleasure of hearing Bill Scott from PayPal talk about the revolution that is happening there through the use of Node.js and Lean-UX practices. Bill arrived in PayPal in 2011 to a risk-averse, “not invented here” culture where long shelf life was the norm. Things were so…

    Cian Ó’Maidín
    Experience Design, Node.js | 5th November 2013
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