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”
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.
“If you can design one thing, you can design everything.” — Massimo Vignelli
When you are designing an experience, you are following a process. That process is the guideline for you to complete the design.
When you start designing, you get an understanding of the problem, you work with your users to understand their need, you start collecting ideas and sketch them on paper, board, or digital tools.Continue reading “If you can design one thing, you can design everything”
What are Infographics?
An infographic is a visual representation of a story. You have something to tell your audience, infographics provide you a way of presenting the information more effectively.
An infographic can be a combination of imagery, graphical data, and text, and its purpose is to make data easily (and often enjoyably) understood at a glance or with a brief amount of attention.Continue reading “How to Design Effective Infographics?”
This post was originally published on 23/04/2018 and updated on 23/04/2019.
What is User Experience Design?
User Experience is the value that you provide to your user when he is using your product.
“User Experience Design (UXD or UED) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction with a product by improving the usability, accessibility, and pleasure provided in the interaction with the product.” — Wikipedia
Developing a user experience to the level of customer satisfaction is not a single person or team’s responsibility, instead it is a company’s vision.
“Rule of thumb for UX: More options more problems.” — Scott Belsky
Hick’s law states that the more options available for the users, the longer time it will take for them to make a decision.
Imagine of using an app or a website. When you launch it, you see a list of 7 to 8 possible options to follow. How will you decide what is your intended one?
You will start looking at them one by one. Try to understand the meaning of each option. And then decide about the relevant option and click on it. This whole process of exploring options, understanding them and deciding of clicking an option takes a lot of time.Continue reading “More Options, More Problems”