Reading Time: 2 mins approx Are you the kind of person who likes organising everything around you? Every time I dig around for a file in my system or have to do an unnecessary search to access a folder, I feel like I’m least organised. I know a few people who love doing it and … Continue reading Information Architecture (IA) in Daily Life
Reading Time: 2 mins approx. Most of us have a misconception that UX Design is all about wireframing. But wireframing is just a part of a very long, essential and iterative process called UCA. Wireframing is, however, indispensable because it is the design phase where the designers put in all their ideas, thoughts, and assumptions … Continue reading How Intuitive Am I?
Reading Time: less than a minute I am a UX Designer. I work in a Company where web/mobile application development is the focus. As human beings, we have our own definitions and interpretations of everything under the sun. So to understand the perspectives, I asked 5 colleagues from different departments (same company), on their thoughts on UX. Responses … Continue reading Perspectives
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?