May 2014 Inside Design Articles

  • A Look Inside Design at Intuit

    A Look Inside Design at Intuit

    May 27, 2014 — Intuit, the Silicon Valley-based software company famous for get-money-stuff-done products such as TurboTax, QuickBooks, and Mint, has been a staple for small businesses everywhere. We interviewed Senior Interaction Designer Sandra Li-Rosi. Sandra’s group handles a range of Intuit products that help small businesses handle their accounting, payroll and taxes, while her smaller agile working team hones in on tools related to worker’s compensation and HR compliance.
  • A Look Inside Design at Trunk Club

    A Look Inside Design at Trunk Club

    May 20, 2014 — Founded in 2009, Trunk Club offers members a personal stylist who chooses awesome clothes, responds to feedback and ships a trunk filled with returnable options right to a guy’s home or office. We chatted with Kim Ruelo, product designer at Trunk Club, a website and app that solved a simple, chronic problem: most men hate shopping, whether it’s in the store or online.
  • A look Inside Design at HubSpot

    A look Inside Design at HubSpot

    May 13, 2014 — Hubspot, the popular marketing software, is known enabling the management of content publishing through a variety of channels. We interviewed Joshua Porter, Director of UX at Hubspot, in Cambridge, MA about his role, responsibilities, and workflow.
  • A look Inside Design at Getty Images

    A look Inside Design at Getty Images

    May 6, 2014 — iStock, the online, royalty free, international microstock photography provider is owned by Getty. We interviewed Jennifer Hogan, Manager of User Experience and Design at Getty Images who is responsible for a team of IA/UX designers, visual designers and writers.
  • A Look Inside Design at Xero

    A Look Inside Design at Xero

    May 1, 2014 — Xero, the popular cloud accounting app, has over 280,000 customers around the world, with customers who post tweets like this everyday “OMG I love @Xero right now! I’m starting to feel so much more businessy and organized 🙂 #funtimes #orderfromchaos”.