39 posts about UXD on this blog
Monday 17 November 2014, 11:58
Users frequently enter short and vague terms, which are often misspelt. If we could help users enter more accurate search terms then we would be able to give them much more useful and relevant results.
Monday 3 November 2014, 14:36
Hello, I’m Ryan Hope a User Experience Designer in BBC Future Media. I’m delighted to write my first BBC blog post and tell you about a really exciting collaboration that happened earlier this year between BBC User Experience & Design (UX&D) and the Manchester School of Art.
Monday 27 October 2014, 11:34
The app importantly had to incorporate everything which Children love about CBeebies, the humour, surprise, and excitement. We also needed to make sure it was scalable for an audience who are driven by image led navigation, and reliant on large hit states.
Monday 13 October 2014, 07:30
Over the last six months, I have been working on some internal systems that the BBC uses for curating and editing some of its content online. Based on this experience, I have realised that a Lean UX approach for a complex media organisation like the BBC can be extremely beneficial.
Wednesday 1 October 2014, 11:08
The brief was to create a responsive UX pattern for searching and setting a ‘preferred’ location across the BBC. We needed a unified UX solution – something that would make the user experience more intuitive and reduce the need to repeat location searches.
Tuesday 2 September 2014, 09:27
Each ‘sprint’ focuses on a specific design challenge. And because ‘sprinting’ is so quick, we explore a range of ideas in a relatively short space of time. That's the theory. But like any bit of design thinking, the real insight came from trying it out and testing it in practice.
Monday 14 July 2014, 08:56
This is a blog post about the development of the recently launched BBC iWonder brand. It’s about how we took user centred designs, a strong editorial proposition and product leadership and created a brand.
Wednesday 9 July 2014, 12:35
While positioned in the GEL [http://www.bbc.co.uk/gel] team, I was involved in producing design guidelines to inform our web-based products across the BBC. One such guideline gives recommendations on how to optimise our products for touch input (in simple terms, to make things ‘touch-friendly’).
Tuesday 8 July 2014, 10:19
some wrods here
Wednesday 25 June 2014, 08:21
A source of near-constant frustration for internet users seems to be non-functioning or otherwise absent codecs. Media found online can often prompt a dreaded error message when put through our playback devices.
Tuesday 17 June 2014, 14:32
We have made the decision to appoint a smaller roster than we have in the past. This was because we wanted to make sure that if an agency was selected, they would have a reasonable expectation of getting work from the BBC, as well as a greater opportunity to build long-term working relationships with...
Thursday 15 May 2014, 12:24
How much do we really know about the human body? While part of the BBC News Visual Journalism team I had the opportunity to design an online feature about the fascinating and complex Body Clock.
Thursday 8 May 2014, 15:28
We started out with the structure of a guide. It had to be completely scalable, both in user experience and the way we wrote the code. Our first 3 fortnightly sprints (working under the Agile Methodology) were focussed largely on responsive navigation and how each step of the guide would be displayed...
Tuesday 6 May 2014, 07:31
We focused on the core concept and tried to get it right. I didn’t create loads of formal UX deliverables. But I still killed a lot of trees by making quick sketches. We built a prototype to validate ideas and user journeys but not with any high fidelity visual design.
Monday 17 March 2014, 11:34
There are around 1,200 hours of content available on BBC iPlayer at any one time... So exposing the breadth of content available, without getting in the way of those users who have come with something specific in mind, was a key consideration.
Tuesday 4 March 2014, 10:41
You can see how the responsive site works at different screen sizes on desktop by adjusting the size of your browser window to see how the content automatically flows and re-adjusts to the screen size i.e. it is one site that works across all screens.
Thursday 27 February 2014, 11:47
As of today the homepages for individual programmes, known as the brand page, have been relaunched with a new design. This design is responsive, making it flexible for all devices and joins the A-Z, Category and Schedule pages that were built this way last year.
Tuesday 25 February 2014, 08:30
In June last year we published a draft of the BBC Mobile Accessibility Standards and Guidelines. Since then we've been listening to feedback, reviewing the standards and guidelines, and refining techniques so that today the standards can finally come out of draft.
Friday 20 December 2013, 09:39
We’ve found that much of the original code deployed has had to be refactored to allow for styling differences to be applied rapidly across indexes on all 27 of the language sites in a way that works at all different types of browsers.
Tuesday 19 November 2013, 09:00
We currently support 438 different screen resolutions on over 1000 Android devices. The key challenge here was to produce a design that scales, rather than bespoke solutions for both iPhone and iPad.
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