During months of April and May, some of my Design posts are getting very positive response from readers. I want to share tit bits from few of them in this articles so that you can access all your favorite collection at one place.
“Great user experience design not only highlights and promotes your product, it has become a key part of building and growing customer confidence.”
“If we study about the guidelines of these controls, it becomes apparent that radio buttons and drop-downs should be used in certain scenarios to make it easier for user to select a given option.”
An article on importance of UI guidelines in user experience design process. It lists down types of guidelines and how to create them. A collection of common design guidelines from Microsoft, Apple and Google is also part of the article.
“UI guidelines explain the best practices of UI components and understanding of their behavior by giving real examples. If you want to design a cohesive and consistent experience among your products, then you must have a set of guidelines with you.”
A collection of guidelines are presented on how to write good error messages that give user a positive impression. Examples from different products are shown that guides about Do’s and Don’ts of error messages.
“A good error message has three parts: problem identification, cause details if helpful, and a solution if possible. The error message should have enough information for user that guides him how to get out of the erroneous situation.”
Becoming a UX mentor requires few skills that enable you to share your knowledge and be a source of inspiration for your mentees. A mentor should be gentle and firm at the same time.
“A mentor behaves like a teacher, a coach, an adviser, a therapist and a counselor at the same time. He inspires his mentees through his words and actions.”
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“The purpose of this article is to provide user feedback about WhatsApp Web, and I hope this exercise will help to further enhance its user experience.”
“Using a prototype, it becomes much easier to convey your concept and user flow to your customer before writing a single line of code. Getting early feedback and making updates in a prototype in design process is much convenient and cheap.”
“You cannot sit alone and design your ideas. You have to collaborate your ideas with people around you, and listen to their opinions. Only then it becomes possible to reach to your desired outcome.”