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10.15.2020
Designing for Apple’s lineup: responsive v. adaptive design

During Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event, the company announced its new lineup of products, featuring the iPhone 12 family, which adds more screen sizes to Apple’s already extensive selection. Product Designer Gem Qiao weighs in on what it’s like to design for various devices.

08.19.2020
Design Sprints: What’s all the buzz?

Have you ever found yourself in one of these situations? You have a product that is underperforming, and you need to change your strategy, but you have no idea where to start. While your team is bustling with new product or feature ideas, they’re all great, but the budget is tight. How do you prioritize? […]

06.23.2020
Apple WWDC takeaways

Today, Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicked off with its first completely virtual keynote for the event.

06.15.2020
What’s happening at DS?

While the pandemic has forced many businesses to adjust their business models overnight, we’ve been able to make a seamless transition to being fully remote thanks to the tools and processes we’ve set up and fine-tuned over the years.

01.19.2020
Introducing our new look

We’ve been pretty busy here at Digital Scientists. The last time you saw us, our company identity was drastically different. After 13 years in business, we realized that we had outgrown our image. It was time for a big change. We realized we had transformed the company on the inside, but had not changed how […]

01.31.2019
User analytics: understanding the entire experience

One of the great things about working with our team is that they are always inquisitive, and always asking questions.

10.03.2018
The vital role of research in product design

User research places people (the end-user) at the center of the design process and your products. It inspires your design and evaluates solutions.