• Before we can start development on an application, we must create a plan of how it will look and feel. During this phase, known as ‘scoping’, UX designers often produce flows or prototypes to sketch out how the application will look to an end user. But for a project manager who is eager to build their app it can be difficult to understand why this process is necessary.
  • User Experience Design for IoT Devices

    by Isaac Joekong, Jun 29, 2017

    UX design focuses on enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability and interaction with a product. So then, if the internet of things enables machine to machine communication do we really need to prioritise how a human user might engage with the product?
  • The goal of UI design is to ensure your end users interaction is as simple and efficient as possible. It does this by anticipating the actions a user needs to perform certain tasks and ensuring the interface has elements to facilitate those actions.
  • Cards can contain a variety of information such as a photo, link about a subject or text and they serve as the point of entry for more in depth information. They are an incredibly useful and convenient way of conveying content made up of a number of different elements. Their main appeal is the way information can be organised, the simplicity they bring to users and the responsiveness they create.
  • Anticipatory Design: The Future of UX Design

    by Mitchell Tweedie, Apr 11, 2017

    We are living through a data revolution no less disruptive than the Industrial Revolutions. In this age, data is centre of all things. Anticipatory Design is data driven design that’s one step ahead and anticipates end user behaviour and preferences. The future of UX design?
  • User experience (UX) encompasses all aspects of an end user's interaction with a business's services and products. It does, therefore, go without saying that user interface (UI) is of critical importance to the software development process. And so the question is: how can a business maximise its ability to produce high quality UX on time and on budget. The answer: proper prototyping.
  • While we’re in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, people are becoming increasingly likely to ask Google a question as opposed to someone they know. As a result, word of mouth has become less effective and businesses have identified the importance of establishing an online presence for their continued success and growth. With the increase in site traffic comes an opportunity to acquire customers. However many businesses are wasting this opportunity, primarily due to poor UX design.