Can we stop talking about UX design, and start talking about service design.
- I tell my mum I make websites, which is like an architect telling their step-dad they make buildings.
- I don’t get my hands dirty.
- broadly defined as the vocational area that defines how users interact with digital services, has had a terrific decade.
- Some see the last ten years as a sort of ‘Golden Age’ of UX
- Automation and Artificial Intelligence are Already Doing the Job
- Facebook Pages as the New Small-Business Homepage
- The Rise of Web Services and the Content that Finds You
This golden era seems to come to an end and requires that UX designers find their role in a changed environment. The main forces driving this need for adaptation.
Don’t worry, it’s actually a good thing!
- Startup entrepreneurs with highly innovative solutions and ideas that need rapid prototyping, user research, and UI design refinement.
- Government agencies still looking for ways to digitize their services.
- Entire healthcare industry struggling to build a cohesive infrastructure for innovative healthcare management interfaces.
- Big-data / IoT / business intelligence pools without meaningful interfaces to mine and take action.
Here’s how it works:
- You order a memorial tree gift
- They will send a certificate and/or card to you (or the recipient, your choice)
- The tree gets planted in partnership with the Forest Service experts in the area most needed
- Trees for a Change lists photos, maps, and other info regarding the tree online for the recipient to view
- The Forest Service cares for and maintains the tree, ensuring that it grows into a “living memorial” in honor of your loved one, all while helping restore the forests to their natural beauty
This is the certificate and card for the recipient:
Memory Tree Gift
Here are a few popular options, which are regarded as the best memorial trees: