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Ask an Expert: Trust in Salesforce Experience Design

2021-07-19T16:24:55+00:00June 4th, 2021|

Trust is a huge reason why leading ISVs either make Salesforce the backbone of the product they are building or decide to sell an app on the AppExchange to reach new customers. Whether you’re a net new company or a veteran brand looking at market expansion, aligning with a

How to Painlessly Migrate to Lightning Experience

2021-02-18T11:25:31+00:00December 20th, 2016|

Background Lightning Experience is a “completely reimagined experience” full of new features and enhancements to increase user productivity and navigation. It’s a UI overhaul for the desktop edition of Salesforce, and what people commonly think of when talking about Lightning. Replacing Aloha to deliver a similar layout and styling to Salesforce1,

6 Reasons Why the Lightning Design System is Awesome from a Designer’s Perspective

2021-02-18T11:13:57+00:00November 2nd, 2016|

Salesforce has their beautiful, frontend design framework called the Lightning Design System. It has been wowing users with its modern, friendly interface. This interface is a huge upgrade from the Classic or ‘Aloha’ interface that was commonly associated with Salesforce. At CodeScience, we have the great opportunity to support our clients

UX Tip: Don’t Forget Your States!

2021-02-18T07:57:31+00:00July 21st, 2016|

No, I’m not talking about states of the US, though that's helpful too. I'm talking about view states: variations of an experience an end user will be affected by. When designing an experience, you’ve got to get into the zone. This zone is where good questions and brainstorming comes

What’s Your Company Voice?

2021-02-18T07:59:37+00:00July 19th, 2016|

When you speak or write are you funny, reserved, precise, thoughtful, quick, professional, humorous, soft? Do you think about how you are heard by others? How do others perceive how you project yourself? Take a minute to think about this. Now, do you ever think about how a company

Keeping Security in Mind When Designing Web Apps

2021-02-18T08:03:42+00:00July 7th, 2016|

Imagine you’ve been tasked with designing the layout of a grocery store. With the best intentions in mind, you design it so that customers can easily navigate the aisles and leave raving reviews about their experience. In addition to basing your blueprint on product placement, you commend yourself for

An Icon Font for SLDS

2021-02-18T07:00:43+00:00January 18th, 2016|

Icons have become a quintessential staple to digital communication. In the same way that images provide words with contextual meaning, emoticons provide emotional context for instant messaging. Digital communication is simply incomplete without images. Vector-based icons are superior to raster-based icons when it comes to crisp, scalable rendering and there

UX Audit: Miss Universe Card Design

2021-02-18T06:36:28+00:00January 4th, 2016|

I know, I know. Everyone has already chimed in on this. But, quite honestly, I'm surprised how many design and user experience practitioners have added thoughts on this unfortunate mishap. I think they have a point, though, when it comes to the design of that card that Steve Harvey

The Salesforce Lightning Design System Makes My Life Easier

2021-02-18T05:50:00+00:00November 5th, 2015|

SLDS was published by Salesforce before Dreamforce this year and is rapidly becoming a go to tool in our development toolbox. For our client IBX, we moved some key interfaces to SLDS and created a gorgeous, responsive interface - without an SLDS-provided javascript library - in no time at all. The

Bootstrap Your Salesforce Lookups

2021-02-17T10:18:26+00:00March 2nd, 2015|

In addition to contributing to the formal User Experience process at CodeScience, I have regularly built prototypes for our developers to implement. My prototypes have lived both on a normal web server and within my Salesforce development org. The more seasoned I become with Visualforce, the more I recommend

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