If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and 5 minutes thinking about solutions. - Albert Einstein
When I decided to start my career in UX, one thing that really bothered me was, being a UX Designer I’m supposed to interact with new people every day; with clients for requirement gathering and follow-ups; with users/potential users as the part of user research, and with my colleagues in different locations. But I am … Continue reading Can Introverts be UX Designers?
Reading Time: 2 mins approx. Author: Mithila Chandran Donald Norman - “Beauty and brains, pleasure and usability - they should go hand in hand” Don Norman is the co Founder and consultant of the Nielsen Norman Group. He is best known for his book ‘The Design of Everyday Things’. He has expertise in design, usability, … Continue reading Pioneers in UX
Reading Time: 2 mins approx. On the rainy Saturday morning of August 10th, 2019, UXShots conducted its very first event, “Let’s talk UX”. The massive turnout for our event in spite of heavy rainfall reinstated the value and passion prevalent among Technopark employees for User Experience. Our speaker for the day was Krishand R.K., an … Continue reading Event Highlights: Let’s Talk UX
Reading Time: 3 mins approx. Spilling your coffee isn't nice. Especially the embarrassment you experience after the incident. None of us like to be caught in such a situation but it would have happened to most of you. Well just like you all I too had to go through this awful situation. Getting crushed in … Continue reading Have you ever spilled coffee?
Design empathy is an approach that draws upon people's real-world experiences to address modern challenges. - Katja Battarbee
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
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