As technology keeps spreading its wings to newer horizons, industries have had the recent tendency of shifting their core offerings from products to services.
In an era where time becomes an ever-increasingly scarce resource, people are seeking for more efficiency to achieve quite the impossible in the little time they have. To that matter, our exposure to technological shortcuts has critically made us impatient, as we reach everything at our fingertips in no time.
As such, companies had to adjust to our change of behavior: here comes the “as-a-Service” model.
This article will focus on defining this new model through…
With the exponential proliferation of start-ups and never-lasting innovation, customer demands are growing accordingly. Businesses are therefore pressured to keep up the pace of their expectations to remain ahead of their competitors.
While the focus is satisfying customers, what is core to delivering customer-driven offerings is an organization’s underlying processes. A lot of these cross-functional processes often fail to perform, are inefficiently executed, duplicated or could be improved. However, underperforming will reflect badly on the whole user experience. We should then ask ourselves:
Have you ever heard the acronym UX/UI altogether, making them seem as a whole? I’m sure you have. After all, the two roll well together, both referring to design, right? Well, not so fast.
Nowadays, the difference between UX and UI becomes increasingly blurrier as we unconsciously say “UX/UI design” rather than distinguishing the two complementary disciplines. It has lead them to being interchangeably used but mostly, confused in how one fits into the other.
Throughout this article, UX and UI design will be respectively defined, as well as exposed into how they tie together in the design process of…