This Black Friday weekend, Interaction Design Foundation is offering 25% off on your annual membership.Continue reading “25% OFF UX Courses: A Gift For You On BLACK FRIDAY”
Display all options side by side when user has to select from 2 to 4 values.Continue reading “Design Tip #2”
“True interactivity is not about clicking on icons or downloading files, it’s about encouraging communication.” – Edwin Schlossberg
An interactive design needs to be communicative. It should communicate with the user in a way that the user understands it fully while working on it.Continue reading “Design is Communication”
Why does Dashboard Design matter?
A dashboard is a visual representation of information. Its purpose is to present complex information in an easy to understand format for its users.
A usable dashboard should be:
Clear: A good dashboard clearly displays the required information. When a user looks at the dashboard, he should be able to get the purpose of the dashboard within the first 5 seconds. He does not need to stay there for a few minutes just to understand the purpose of the dashboard.Continue reading “10 Rules of Dashboard Design”
Don’t wrap text on Buttons. A button label should remain on a single line.Continue reading “Design Tip #1”
“Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.” –Antoine de Saint-Exupery
A good design contains everything that is required to satisfy its users. What is meant by “everything”? Does “everything” mean that you should provide each feature asked by the user? No, it doesn’t mean that. But if you are not fulfilling your user’s demands, then how can he remain happy with you?Continue reading “Simplicity in Design”
An interview is a process that helps recruiters to find out a suitable person who can fulfill their requirements in a desirable way. It includes a set of questions and answers to get an understanding of the other person about his/her skills, interests and attitude.Continue reading “8 Useful Interview Tips for UX Designers”
“Designers are afraid of incremental design but to launch faster you need an incremental vision.”— Katie Dill
An incremental vision allows you to deliver the output, in our case design, in small increments to your customer.
In simple words, the incremental design is to split the design problem into small problems and work on these problems one by one, while making improvements in the solutions by getting feedback from the customer.Continue reading “Incremental Design”