design

7 tips for designing for developers

IBM Hybrid Cloud is incredibly diverse and catered towards a large variety of users, such as data scientists, business analysts, DevOps engineers and more. The design teams working to create products for these user groups must navigate their different needs and requirements for a great user experience. A user base that IBM Hybrid Cloud designers […]

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Design and machine learning: The emerging role of design in tech

IBM Design San Francisco has recently been given the prestigious Red Dot Communications Design Award for IBM Data Science Experience. The Red Dot Award is one of the highest forms of recognition in the design world. The Data Science Experience design team faced unique challenges throughout this project, firstly having to understand the data science workflow, […]

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Welcome to the new Thoughts on Cloud

Notice anything different? Today we launch a brand new design for Thoughts on Cloud, with several new features and navigational tools we hope will improve your reading experience. The changes are intended to make whatever you’re looking for a snap to find, easy to share, enjoyable to read and open to your feedback. The first […]

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4 key design considerations for a multi-tenant cloud

Cloud uses multi-tenancy to share IT resources, software and services in a cost efficient and secure way. Ever wondered what it takes to achieve multi-tenancy in a hybrid cloud? This intrigued me until I was involved in designing multi-tenant cloud solutions. Multi-tenancy is not new. We have been using it in various forms, one common […]

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3 technology lessons from the Boston Marathon

Monday, April 18, marked the 120th anniversary of the Boston Marathon and the 50th anniversary of female participation in the iconic race. More than 30,000 runners covered 26.2 miles in one of the world’s most renowned and coveted races. I was fortunate to spend the day and the weekend immersed in marathon activities: A Champion’s […]

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