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
People ignore design that ignores people. - Frank Chimero
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Reading Time: 3 mins approx. We are UX Designers and we strive to make sure interactions are smooth and pleasing. Have we ever thought of making people interactions also smooth all the time? Yes, it is purely dependant on the context, but to make ‘people experience’ better should also be a focus of a UX … Continue reading People Experience – PX
"We use stories not only to learn but also to speculate, to pose questions and then find solutions" - Shannon Turlington
Reading Time: less than a minute I was blissfully working on something really important when I got this notification. I read it, understood it, but I didn't want to deal with it right then. The general behaviour of notifications is that there will be an option to dismiss it for now. So out of habit, … Continue reading A ‘Go away’ icon?
"If you're not prepared to be wrong, you'll never come up with anything original" - Sir Ken Robinson
Reading Time: 4 mins approx. Once upon a time, I went to an ATM in India to draw some money. There were two ATMs in this particular room and both were working just fine. I went to the ATM on the right and drew money, and the machine choked out my balance receipt. I took … Continue reading UX outside screens: The story of 2 ATMs and a lonely dustbin
Ideation provides both the fuel and also the source material for building prototypes and getting innovative solutions into the hands of your users. - D school
Reading Time: 4 mins approx. A Friday evening, sitting in front of a giant screen with a medium sized popcorn or a cup of cold coffee in hand surrounded by an excited audience is a great feeling. Most of my weekends are like this. One question my friends and colleagues constantly ask me is why … Continue reading Convenience vs Experience: Movie Theatres