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Free UI Design Touchup – until end of year – Courtesy of the Bridge Team

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Don’t dally – let’s get spiffy for the holidays!

We love chewing on design problems, and we’d like to give you a taste of working with Bridge.

Whether your new app is a wireframe twinkle in your eye, or a polished set of pixels poised to strut the runway, or an aging interface ripe for a nip-and-tuck, we offer you a mini UI design review and touchup.  If you think your project might like to bask in our warm-but-critical gaze, click the button below to learn more.

We’re requesting that you get in touch by Dec. 19th.

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The Healthcare IT Series: Medical User Interfaces – it ought to be about engagement

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After Bridge’s recent highly-attended webinar “Easier-to-use UI,” Bridge Design President, Bill Evans will be presenting a similar topic about the diverse usability and customer appeal challenges of medical UIs at the Silicon Valley Forum Healthcare IT Series on March 13, 2012.  Participants will come away with a new perspective on what it takes to design medical UIs and actionable ideas to tackle their own UI challenges. Read More

Easier-to-Use UIs: How to win approval from users-and the FDA

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Bridge and Design Science jointly present a Qmed webinar on February 22, 2012 11 am PST/2 pm EST.  Diana Greenberg, Bridge’s Director of User Experience and Design Science Principal & Founder, Dr Stephen Wilcox will draw on their considerable experience in designing easy to use, engaging and safe user interfaces for medical products to lead a discussion about what it takes to develop such interfaces.