About David Wierbiki:


David Wierbiki brings comprehensive knowledge of user design methodologies and usability strategies to his role as Director of User Experience and Design for Isos Technology.

David has over fifteen years worth of experience in delivering user experience solutions to Fortune 500 companies. David’s experience spans a broad set of domains including financial services, education, entertainment and workforce solutions. Much of this time was spent in lead roles for front end internal and external proprietary solutions with a strong emphasis on information architecture, user experience design and usability.

David's application of multiple industry standard disciplines in the delivery of client solutions, built upon a sound and structured methodology, makes him an invaluable member of the Isos Technology team by crafting superior client solutions that possess unparalleled usability.

Posts by David Wierbiki:


UX is Driven by Mobile Needs

User Experience (UX) is Driven by Mobile Needs Across the Industry As companies realize they need a stronger mobile presence to stay relevant and current with today’s and the future’s online needs, they’re turning to UX professionals to guide them

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Quick and Easy Page Loading Overlay with Spinner – Part 2

In part one of this post I gave a quick and dirty page overlay with an animated gif spinner to get by in a pinch. Now I’m going to show the CSS animated spinner in place of the animated gif spinner.

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Quick and Easy Page Loading Overlay with Spinner – Part 1

Page loading overlays are a dime a dozen. What I’m presenting isn’t anything new, just the quickest and easiest way to get you through in a pinch. While working under a tight deadline recently, there wasn’t an opportunity to rewrite

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How to Resurrect Yourself from Total Project Burnout

Project Burnout

There is a thrill to starting a new project… delving into the requirements, discussions with enthusiastic business partners, new teammates, and usually something new, technically or procedurally, you hadn’t done before. That “something new and exciting” feeling that sparks jumping

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What’s In Your Toolkit?

Overview Designers are often required to produce stunning screen concepts of mockups as well as screen wireframes on short notice, with an expectation of seeing results within hours and, if we’re lucky, we’re given a day or two. This is

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