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It has been more than two years since I started my journey as a UX designer. I was fortunate enough to be with a team where I was encouraged to learn a lot on my own and experiment things. As a result of which from the day one in my career, I have always been eagerly looking forward to an opportunity where I really got a chance to implement what I learned and read from different articles on UX. One of the topics that grabbed my interest was Usability Testing which is considered to be one of the crucial areas in the UX discipline.
What is Usability Testing?
Usability testing is a process of understanding how Read More
After booking and confirming the date/time for a movie (Sunday, 4:15 p.m.) and the number of seats, I closed the app without looking at the seat numbers at a theatre in a nearby mall.
OMG! Where do I park my car?
Sunday: 3:15 p.m: With my family, left for the theatre. My father (65 years old) who is a bit impatient wants everything with him at the fingertip, was driving the car. We were directed by the security staff at the entrance of the mall to use the rooftop parking area. On reaching the rooftop, there was no assistance for where to park the car. There were cars parked and also some others searching for the parking slot. We were also confused as we did not know whether the other car was looking for a parking slot or was moving out. Fortunately, we Read More
I have a habit of doing a Select All for Social and Promotions Tab in Gmail and then delete. And I always end up selecting Primary tab by mistake.Not once, but many times. The icon looks like checkbox to me always!
Is it my problem or a UX issue which can be fixed?
Given a 9-5 schedule, an average adult spends about forty hours a week at his/her workplace. Irrespective of how passionate someone is about their job, there will be times when work becomes, well, just that, work. Improving the user experience of workspaces could be the jolt to drive more creative and innovative work consistently. Most corporates shy away from the thought of it, afraid of the kind of investment needed to create such environments. Fortunately, small alterations could have profound effects. Something as simple as Read More