More Options, More Problems

More options More problems

“Rule of thumb for UX: More options more problems.” — Scott Belsky

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Understand Your User

Understand User

“We tend to be distracted by the voices in our own heads telling us what the design should look like.” — Michael Bierut

Its very natural that when you are designing your product, you feel like a user of your product. You are the first one who will approve or reject your own designs. It is not possible that you sit with your user all the time, design screens and get his approval on each draft you create.

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Agile Design Process

Agile is Iterative

“Agile is iterative. Design is iterative. Why couldn’t they work together?” — Jeff Gothelf

What is Agile?

Agile provides an iterative framework that is used to develop software products.

Being iterative means to refine your software through repetition and move continuously towards your goal. You run development cycle once, identify areas where improvement is needed, and then repeat the cycle to improve your work.

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An Analysis of 24 Creative 404 Error Pages

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A very common error that you come across while working on internet is ‘404 error’ or ‘Page not found’ error. This appears when you enter a web address that does not exist.

The message that appears on this error page should be designed in a way that does not give user a negative impact. Along with giving a reason of the error, this page should re-direct user to an actual page of the site.

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Learn From Your Unhappy Customers

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“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.

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