Reading Time: 3 mins approx. In my previous article - Typography for Older Adults. How important is it? , I mentioned that to be a skilled UX Designer, we need to have the ability to empathize with people. Once you understand their - point of views, interests, pains, and gains, we may provide viable solutions … Continue reading Stepping in one’s shoes – via Bodystorming
Reading Time: 6 mins approx. Working as a UX Designer, I keep myself updated about the latest UX trends that would enhance my knowledge in this field. Three years ago, I was going through UX articles to gain wisdom and I came across an article that claimed itself to be the next breakthrough in the … Continue reading Anticipatory Design
Reading Time: 3 minutes approx With the discovery of ATM (which is associated with every bank) around the world and that too 24x7, our lives have been made amazing in so many ways. Let's talk from a bank perspective - As a bank customer, we need to wait in banks to get cash and to do so, … Continue reading ATM Affairs
As UX designers, there is always a need to empathize with people around us, which is one of the prerequisites in being one. In our workplace as well, we need to take special care and attention while creating a product for a specific user group: which is the Older Adults (Note: wouldn't want to mention … Continue reading Typography for Older Adults. How important is it?