In her first week at Key Medium, junior UX designer Talia Coeshott delved into a culture of excellence and innovation. Guided by the vision of CEO Ali Jaffar, she embraced the company’s ethos of sustainability and continuous growth.
This Q&A provides insights into Talia Coeshott, Key Medium’s UX design intern, including her educational background, career transition into UX design, and dream job aspirations. Her objectives for the internship involve improving design, collaboration, communication skills, and staying updated with technology.
To create efficient and innovative product development every time, designers and CEOs alike need a design system in place. Design systems can increase the speed of the design and development process, ensuring that products are designed in a logical, coherent way every time.
What UX Maturity is & why Customer Experience Transformation matters for purpose-driven organizations
What exactly is UX maturity? How mature are human-centered design practices at an organization and why does it matter? Read on to understand this and how UX maturity ties into the overall Customer Experience Transformation framework, and why it matters for purpose-driven organizations.
Employee Cycle saw a 70% increase in organic traffic value and a 28% expansion in keyword coverage in Search as a result of Key Medium’s content and design strategy, web analysis, SEO and UX improvement, and GTM and lead gen strategy.
Website redesign and cohesive brand messaging unlocks transformations for a regional nonprofit ecosystem in the Greater Pittsburgh region
Learn about Surabhi’s 9-week User Experience Research/Design internship experience during her exit interview. We aimed to craft the highest-quality experience for a new virtual internship program we invented–during the public health crisis. It’s been a learning experience for the whole Key Medium team, and of course, our first-ever full-time intern, Surabhi. Watch the clip and see Surabhi’s Internship User Journey Map–her final project with Key Medium!
94% of a potential customer’s first impressions are design-driven. Amazing website design is your best marketing tool.
User testing tries to create an environment (in so far as you can control factors) as close to the intended audience’s environment as possible and test the interface in those conditions. In web design, the goal is to identify any problems, discover opportunities for improvement or places where you can better meet the user’s needs, and learn about the target audience’s behavior and preferences.