6 Skills of UX Designer that Make him Successful:
“Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.” — Bill Gates
You are designing for your customers. You get their requirements and work hard to meet them. Sometimes your customer becomes very happy to see the outcome. And at times, he does not satisfy with your efforts and you must go to extra miles to achieve the desired results.
The user interface is intended to present everything which is easy to understand for user. Whether it is an image or a label or a text message, a user that comes to use your design should easily understand its meaning and be able to perform the desired action without any confusion.
Pagination is an important design element. Whether we talk about desktop, mobile or web based systems, pagination is needed to navigate content that is displayed on multiple pages.
Below is a collection of creative pagination styles that can be used while designing an app or site.
“Asking users to adopt new behaviors or even modify their existing behaviors is very, very hard.” — Khoi Vinh
Change is difficult to accept, but is always for good.
When a user is continuously using a product, he becomes comfortable with it, although it might have several shortcomings. He does not want to change the way he is working on the product.
“Design is everywhere. From the dress you’re wearing to the smartphone you’re holding, it’s design.”— Samadara Ginige
That’s very true!
Design is not limited to the digital world, but instead everything we use in our daily life is designed for human ease.
The hairbrush that you use every day is designed in a way that provides good usability when you are brushing your hair.
A good UX designer always looks forward to learn and share any related knowledge with other designers. Below list contains few amazing UX links that I believe will enhance your UX understanding and help you to grow in the field.
Let’s have a look, and do not forget to share links that you like other people to go through.
“Look at usual things with unusual eyes.”–Vico Magistretti
Being a UX designer, you must have an eye to look usual things in an unusual way.
Just look at the text editor you are using right now.
Can you feel that there are few things that need to improve? Maybe visual artefacts or logical grouping of options on UI?