Frameworks: Foundations for UX

Frameworks are the tools we use to make meaning from empathy and go from problem to solution. ” – UX Boston

UX Boston had it’s last meetup of 2015 in late November at the Fidelity Investments Center for Applied Technology. Two of Genuine’s UX team members attended the session led by organizers Jason Goodwin and Suzanne Hamill. As a group, we explored how to utilize several types of UX frameworks through a series of fun and interactive exercises.

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When to Use the Hamburger Menu

One of the most hotly contested design conventions in modern web design is the “hamburger menu” – a web designers’ nickname for the three horizontal lines that you see in the top corner of most mobile sites.  Although you’ve probably seen it before, many web designers abhor it, and cheer every time a large-scale company (Facebook, YouTube, etc.) moves away from a hamburger menu to a different form of navigation.  Why, then, does the hamburger menu appear on so many websites and apps?

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