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As a UX designer, it is our job to always think about our users and design products which can solve their problems. But often times, we get so connected to the problem statement, that we tend to think of ourselves as the users of the product and design the flows based on what we think is the correct path of approaching the problem. …


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Screens of MiCasa app

According to Wikipedia 36.3% of the people stay in rented spaces in the US. Yet, there are hardly any products which address the daily needs/problems of the tenants. Moving in, raising maintenance complaints, paying rent, guest entries, etc. are some of the tasks which could only be done via multiple phone calls and emails with the management office which somethings can be frustrating.

When I came to the US to pursue graduation in Human-Centered Computing, I always wished to have an app to help me with the move in process and cater to my daily requirements being a tenant. …

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