Standard Beagle Blog
January 11, 2021
How to make your past skills relevant when moving into UX design
Many designers come to us thinking they are starting over to enter UX, but you can make your past skills relevant when moving into UX design UX in ATX hosted a discussion on how to make your past skills relevant when moving into UX design. The topics include how to make your past skills relevant, […]
December 31, 2020
UX in the Gaming Industry
An inside look at UX in the gaming industry UX in ATX hosted a panel of UX designers currently working in the gaming industry to discuss the unique aspects of UX in this industry. Panelists Stephanie Sarvis, Rotational Designer at Zynga Amber Holkenbrink, Associate UI/UX Lead working on Call of Duty: Warzone at Raven Software […]
November 28, 2020
A New Brand Look for Standard Beagle
Joy captures the overall aesthetic of the new look and feel for Standard Beagle We are rolling out a brand new look and feel for Standard Beagle this week, complete with a new website. Our team has been working on this for most of 2020, and we’re thrilled we’re able to roll it out before […]
September 23, 2020
Challenges Women Face in Design
In August of 2020, the Austin based meetup group, UX in ATX hosted a paneled discussion with women designers. The topic was, ‘Challenges Women Face in Design.’ Read more to review key discussion points from the meetup.
September 9, 2020
Standard Beagle Co-Founder to be Published
Standard Beagle Co-Founder and Creative Director Cindy Brummer is among the authors chosen for "97 Things Every UX Designer Should Know" from O'Reilly Media.
August 31, 2020
The UX Research Career Path
Many new UX designers want to learn more about the research career path That's why the Austin-based meetup group, UX in ATX, hosted a paneled discussion in July 2020 with UX Research experts to talk about the research career path.
July 27, 2020
Fierce Females: Stories of Women in Design
Fierce Females is a new series of interviews with women in design. This series is intended to spotlight women in the design community and spark inspiration for anyone interested in design.
July 17, 2020
How to improve designer to developer communication
Why designers and developers should talk more Designer-developer communication improves product team efficiency. When designers and developers spend more time communicating, it’s easier to keep constraints on top of mind. Designers can also improve their process to ensure the developer can easily understand their decisions and ultimately can create a frictionless experience. There was a […]
July 7, 2020
Keeping Your UX Career Future Forward
Many junior UX designers worry about the future That is why the Austin based meetup group, UX in ATX, hosted a paneled discussion in June 2020 with experts from the local design community to talk about UX careers. The topic was, “Keeping Your UX Career Future Forward.” Watch the UX in ATX career meetup recording […]
June 11, 2020
How Figma streamlined our UX processes
Why we chose Figma It is important for companies to frequently reassess how they do things. One of the drawbacks of investing in new tools is the resources it takes to try out new software. Sometimes, a team may agree to try a new tool, but don’t necessarily take the time to learn. This can […]
June 8, 2020
Designing and Building a Turnkey Website
Genesis framework site provides turnkey design and development services Welcome to Fetch + Field Recently I was given the opportunity to create my first website for a sub-brand Standard Beagle, called Fetch + Field. Fetch + Field was created out of the sudden and unexpected need for small, local businesses to shift from brick and […]
May 27, 2020
What is usability?
How usable is your product? I have a love-hate relationship with some digital products, and it’s because of their usability. Well, mostly hate in some cases. And not because I don’t love the idea. But using the software is frustrating and drives me crazy. Take Jira, for example, a cloud-based project management software from Atlassian. […]