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Best iOS apps (September 2019 edition)

Looking for some cool apps to install on your new iPhone 11? Here are some that are worth checking out — and best of all, most of them are completely free to use! #1: PCalc For anyone looking for a calculator that does more than the basic one that ships with iOS (folks such as scientists, engineers, students, programmers, and… Read more →

Speck Presidio cases for Apple iPhone 11: Improved grip, bacterial prevention, and 13-foot drop protection

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Privacy for the Apple iPhone 11 Pro: Protecting your phone from drops and prying eyes There are a few options when choosing your glass screen protector, and for business people, maintaining control over your information is important. A privacy screen protector lets … Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/speck-cases-for-apple-iphone-11-in-pictures/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Speck Presidio cases for Apple iPhone 11: Improved grip, bacterial prevention,… Read more →

When UX designers mix it up with developers: Microsoft’s experience

IT professionals need to become more intimately engaged with user experience (UX) designers — the end result is software that is much more appealing, more conducive to productivity, and less likely to become shelfware. Corporate end-users would like to see the easy-to-navigate, click-and-done interfaces they see as consumers at work as well. But workplace solutions are often clunky, frustrating, and… Read more →

When UX designers mix it up with developers: Microsoft’s experience

IT professionals need to become more intimately engaged with user experience (UX) designers — the end result is software that is much more appealing, more conducive to productivity, and less likely to become shelfware. Corporate end-users would like to see the easy-to-navigate, click-and-done interfaces they see as consumers at work as well. But workplace solutions are often clunky, frustrating, and… Read more →

When UX designers mix it up with developers: Microsoft’s experience

IT professionals need to become more intimately engaged with user experience (UX) designers — the end result is software that is much more appealing, more conducive to productivity, and less likely to become shelfware. Corporate end-users would like to see the easy-to-navigate, click-and-done interfaces they see as consumers at work as well. But workplace solutions are often clunky, frustrating, and… Read more →

When UX designers mix it up with developers: Microsoft’s experience

IT professionals need to become more intimately engaged with user experience (UX) designers — the end result is software that is much more appealing, more conducive to productivity, and less likely to become shelfware. Corporate end-users would like to see the easy-to-navigate, click-and-done interfaces they see as consumers at work as well. But workplace solutions are often clunky, frustrating, and… Read more →