Tag Archives: web development

Dan Wu  

The Best Way to Create Information Architecture   September 12, 2019

We’ve all experienced the frustration of navigating a website and being unable to find the information we need. That’s what usability test sessions are for. As a participant in one of these sessions, I helped test the usability of a photography studio’s website. One of my tasks was finding the price for a family shoot on the site. As I Continue Reading

     
Dan Wu  

How Planning a Trip Uncovers Human-Computer Interactions   July 2, 2019

It is finally summertime. Are you going on a trip? If so, your planning process may very well lend itself to a lesson in human-computer interaction. Let’s say you’re going to Paris. Your primary goal to get the ball rolling is to purchase flight tickets. When this primary goal comes to your mind, how do you go about achieving it? Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

Six Questions for Dan Wu   October 5, 2018

Get to know the newest intern to join the BatesMeron team, Dan Wu! Dan is joining us as our web development intern, helping to bring our designs to life for clients with her amazing programming skills. I interviewed Dan as part of our 6 Questions feature: a series of one-on-one interviews with people we work with who make us proud. Sometimes Continue Reading

     
Becka Bates  

6 Questions for: Michael LaVista   September 24, 2013

Michael LaVista is founder of Caxy, a web consulting and development company in Chicago. A master in custom web solutions, Michael uses his knowledge and experience to help drive the company forward. From web analytics to database design to web management, Caxy works closely with clients to implement strategic solutions and deliver expert results. I interviewed Michael as part of Continue Reading