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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Popular Design Links — Aug & Sep 2018

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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.

The One Quality All Successful UX Designers Have

Consistency

Becoming a successful UX designer is based on many factors together. Out of those, Consistency is an attribute that helps you maintain every factor in a balanced form. 

Being consistent in your work and in daily routine makes it easier for you to overcome any calamities coming your way. It helps you to develop a habit of focusing on your work without giving up.

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Checkbox vs Toggle Switch: 7 Use-Cases of Forms Design

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Switch VS Checkbox in User Interface Design

Forms provide several controls that make it easier to collect input from users. Using the right control at right place is a challenge while designing forms.

A checkbox control has three states: unselected, selected, and indeterminate. The last state represents a situation where a list of sub-options is grouped under a parent option and sub-options are in both selected and unselected states.

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