Designers | Pivotal Practitioners

Technical articles from designers at Pivotal.

  • Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 3 of 4]

    Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 3 of 4]

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  • Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 2 of 4]

    Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 2 of 4]

    In this blog, we share the process we took to design the APIs to meet business and user needs.

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  • Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 1 of 4]

    Principles of Designing & Developing an API Product [Part 1 of 4]

    Resourcing & Designing Your API: For product managers, designers, engineers

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  • A11Y Color Contrast, Button Triads, and the new Pivotal UI Color Palette

    A11Y Color Contrast, Button Triads, and the new Pivotal UI Color Palette

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  • Everyone Should Be Able To Use Your Software: Part 2, Three Myths About Digital Accessibility

    Everyone Should Be Able To Use Your Software: Part 2, Three Myths About Digital Accessibility

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  • A UX Designer’s Guide to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    A UX Designer’s Guide to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

    How designers in complex technical domains can quash self-doubt, wrangle tough problems, and deliver user value.

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  • Everyone Should Be Able to Use Your Software: Part 1, History

    Everyone Should Be Able to Use Your Software: Part 1, History

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  • How We Designed PCF Healthwatch: A Lean & Collaborative Approach that Embedded Co-Creation and Continuous Feedback.

    How We Designed PCF Healthwatch: A Lean & Collaborative Approach that Embedded Co-Creation and Continuous Feedback.

    How do you design a module to give engineers a view into the platform and its current state? Here's how a team at Pivotal used co-creation and continuous feedback to come up with PCF Healthwatch.

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  • How and Why to Classify Problems in User Interviews

    How and Why to Classify Problems in User Interviews

    Measure Intensity, Frequency, and RecencyAs a product team, how do you know which problem to solve? This question might be hard to answer, especially if you don’t understand your customers...

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