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History has always been understood and passed on to the next generations through stories. Photographic representations, prose, and poetry describe the kingdoms, dynasties, rulers, and public vividly. The museum is a treasure of such stories and poems. Museums preserve the legacy of humanity, chronicling both the goods and the bads, and serve to enrich the lives of countless visitors, making the world a more enlightened place for both the present and future generations.

The design process that I followed.

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The design process along with the time taken for each phase.

Discovery phase

The brief (by the client): The experience of the museum is off. No modern techniques are used to make it better. This way, the museum still uses old and outdated audio guides, signs for explanations, and old school plans to navigate. The holders of the museum want a more intuitive and digital experience for the visitors that guide you easily from any point in the museum and are adaptive to the journey of the user. …


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Application overview:

Wag On is a smartphone application designed for your pet to become a one-stop destination. Wag On’s primary goal is to have an application where the pet parent gets what they’re looking for from dog walkers to shopping for your dog. This app also has a section to read dog posts; it also links you to the current it forthcoming dog activities nearby.

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Overview:

The population of pet dogs in India amounted for around 19.5 million in the year 2018. The population was forecast to reach over 31 million by the end of the year 2023. Millennials show even more responsibility for their pets and tend to treat them like people. They pay more for food, medical care, toys, gifts, and treats, and even make social media pages for their pets. One survey found that, on average, millennial dog owners spend $1,285 a year on their pet. The Millennial Pet Owner study by Wakefield Research revealed that 69% of millennials are likely to use technology to keep track of their pet. Most of the puppy proprietors locate themself struggling due to the fact the joys of regularly parenting overshades by the responsibility that comes due. …


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In psychology, the mental effort needed to learn new knowledge is defined in a cognitive charge. Cognitive psychology focuses on the way in which people acquire, process and store information within their brain. In UX designing, we may think of cognitive load as the power of mental processing required to use a feature. If the amount of information that needs to be processed exceeds the user’s ability to process it, the overall performance suffers.

The objects we experience through our senses are processed by our brain and stored in either short time memory (SMT) or long time memory (LMT). According to Millers Law, an average person can keep only 7 (plus or minus two) items in his working memory. …

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Lakshman Sharma

…fascinated with how a creative outlook plays a vital role in life. Find me at- lakshman.me

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