UX Passion launches Usability 360
Usability 360 is a full service offering aimed to make your services more usable, users happier and company more profitable. Put us to work and enjoy the results.Read more
Four years in the making!
Today we are officially 1461 days old. Idea of making UX Passion is actually a lot older, but it happened on October 9th, 2009. Greatest challenges lie ahead, but we will beat them armed with all of our experience. Happy 4th birthday UX Passion.Read more
UX design is what we do and love
As a company with both “passion” and “UX” in our name, it should be pretty clear what our core business is. However, being a company that produced Wall of Tweets, a world-known and accepted product, causes some confusion with our clients about what to we really do.Read more
World Design Day – We made a green GetAway!
As an old saying goes: “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy”, so we decided to spend World Design Days playing, learning, talking, sharing knowledge and experiences, and of course, throwing edibles on hot coals per Croatian tradition. Spending fun time with ourselves would have not been so much fun if we …Read more
Post UX Apocalypse
Expertly plucked acoustic guitars, finger food, bunch of our colleagues and partners, some twitter stars and a few surprise guests in a newly opened modern art house. We mingled as the world was supposed to end.Read more
Spring 2013 portfolio update
Though it might sound like a new fashion collection, we are not presenting new line of clothing (at least not now), rather, we’d like to share with you some of the updates to our ever-growing portfolio.Read more
SXSW 2013 – one month later…
It has been a little over a month since I experienced the wonder of SXSW and to be honest, I am still taken aback by the sheer size and a great mix of things to learn and experience that happen all over Austin, Texas in those 10 days.Read more
Implementation, Mental and Representation Models in UX
One of the main goals of great user experience (UX) design is to make your product easy and pleasurable to use. To achieve that, UX designers use a number of different approaches which share a common goal: making the product easy and pleasurable to use.Read more