Ellen Siminoff | 02.27.2014
Sliced Bread Design is delighted to announce the promotion of Mia O’Neill to Managing Design Director. Mia previously served as Design Director.
Julie Stanford | 01.30.2014
Experimentation is having a moment: everyone in our industry is talking about experimenting, iterating, and being “lean.” I’m all about experimentation, but not every experiment is right for every situation. How you choose to experiment is as important as the fact that you’re doing it.
Molly Wilson | 01.16.2014
Nobody’s good at remembering arbitrary strings of characters out of context. So why do we keep asking people to do the impossible – and then wringing our hands when they don’t? Here are some practical hints for making password authentication less painful for users. (Next up: a designer’s eye view of some emerging authentication systems.)
Ellen Siminoff | 01.6.2014
It is with great sadness that we share that our Project Manager of many years, Carrie Silver, has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Carrie began working at Sliced Bread eight years ago and brought an incredible joy, energy, and commitment to every project that she tackled. You may have interacted with her […]
Julie Stanford | 09.24.2013
When you hear the terms big data and technology the first thing that comes to mind isn’t necessarily bedside manner, but attending HealthBeat 2013 back in May opened my eyes to the numbers of problems facing the healthcare industry, the unique opportunity for new advances in IT and Big Data to solve a LOT of them, and the […]
Mia Silverman | 10.31.2012
Sliced Bread Design is currently looking to hire a Senior UX Designer who is the best thing since… well, you get it. If you’ve been looking for design talent recently, then you probably know it’s a competitive UX jungle out there. So, we’ve found ourselves asking, “How can we attract the right UX talent for […]
Julie Stanford | 06.20.2011
I recently had a discussion with Mike McCue, the CEO of Flipboard, on how he managed to get things so right with the Flipboard design. In particular, I was interested in how he was able to balance functionality with delightful, polished, user experience features. Mike’s answer was very simple — he had to make some very tough choices and a lot of cuts.