Standard Beagle Blog
Thought-leadership in design and developmentThe team at Standard Beagle regularly shares deep insights and best practices you can use as your design and create your own products and services. Look to our blog for expertise in UX design, research, and other industry topics.
Our Posts (108)
January 30, 2024
A UX strategy is key to product success In just about every situation, a good UX strategy makes all the difference. Let’s think about one of the oldest examples of strategy. In the Trojan War — a legendary conflict at the core of Homer’s Iliad — the Greeks besieged the city of Troy for nine […]
January 22, 2024
Companies have to consider the product itself when deciding whether design is a capital expenditure or operational expense.
August 7, 2023
Products that face tough competition can turn it to their advantage Product differentiation plays a critical role in the success of the product for B2B businesses. However, differentiating from competitors is more difficult than it seems. Organizations may face challenges like perceived commoditization, intense competition, or complex buyer requirements. In many cases, companies rely on […]
July 31, 2023
Balance application security with ease of use to improve user engagement and retention in your B2B login At our office, all of the odd-numbered suites are on one side of our building and the even-numbered suites are on the other. So pretty much daily, someone walks in, confused as to where to find another business. […]
March 6, 2023
Why does UX make such a difference? And how can you predict the ROI of UX? User experience design — also called UX — can have a significant return on investment (ROI) for companies that invest in it. So how can you predict the ROI of UX? One of the most cited stats is that […]
February 12, 2023
When Apple TV released its award-winning show, Ted Lasso, I’m willing to bet they didn’t know how many people would cite it as an example of effective leadership, but here we are. When I first saw the show, I couldn’t help but see parallels with successful product leadership.