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The demand for UX design has increased for businesses as CEOs have realized the importance of user experience for the success of their organizations. They are well aware of the loss they are going to face in the absence of a good user experience. The role of UX designers has become as important for an organization as software developers, and even more than that in some cases.
A logo is a sign or symbol that identifies a company or a brand. A logo is a symbol made up of text and images that behaves as a face for your business and gives you recognition in front of your clients.
The importance of a logo can be understood by the fact that this is the first thing that attracts your potential customers. They can see your logo and get an idea of your business and the services that you can provide to them. It gives a visual representation to your business and builds your trust in the industry.
To read the initial part of the article, go to Part I.
This article describes the best practices of a few UX deliverables that are produced throughout the design process. There can be many deliverables that UX designers create while designing a product, however, this number varies depending on the process, the type of product and user requirements.
To study the best practices of User Personas and User Flows, please go to Part I of the article.
Wireframing is a way to define the basic structure and layout of your product. Using simple greyscale lines and boxes, you define the screens, layout, navigation, and functionality of the product. …
A UX designer is the person who defines the user experience of a product. To provide better user experience, as a UX designer, you follow the design process that helps you to better organize different stages of the product design. At each stage of the process, there are certain outcomes and deliverables that you build and they behave as input to the next stage of the process.
This article describes the best practices of a few UX deliverables that are produced throughout the design process. …
Tables are an essential part of the user interface that helps users to visualize large data at once in an organized form. Providing an easy to use experience for a data table is a challenging task when you are dealing with large data.
Tables have several elements including pagination, editing, filtering, sorting, show/hide columns, search, etc. that a UX designer needs to take care of while designing a table. This article describes a few ways of displaying input validation messages when users are performing inline editing of table content.
Inline editing provides a way of editing the table content while remaining within the same page without navigating to any other pop-up, dialog, or page. The users can simply click on a row or cell and edit its text. This helps to change the content instantly without moving away from the current view. …
“Usability does not equate to a specific number of clicks, taps, swipes, pinches, flicks.” — John Morkes
The usability of a design is the measure of ease by which a user can work on a product to achieve the desired goals in an efficient way.
Usability has 5 components: Learnability, Efficiency, Memorability, Error Tolerance, and Satisfaction. Each of these components is related to the ease of use that a product provides to its users. One factor to provide the ease of use is the number of times the user must click, tap, swipe, pinch, or flick to perform a task.
While working with clients, it is very common to hear, “Can we do something to reduce the number of clicks?” …
Stepping in the UX career does not require a lot of experience or knowledge of the field. You can become a UX designer if you have relevant education, you are interested in design thinking, you want to study human behavior, you are a good problem solver, or you do love creativity and innovation.
If you possess any of the above, you can start your career as a UX designer. At the start of your career, it is easier to learn about the required skills either from your senior colleagues/mentors or you can also become a self-taught UX designer. …
by Jason Yuan
“Nine months ago, I set out to invent a new way of interfacing with our devices, armed with only a single metaphor: Mercury. I wanted to create something that users could move through without friction or boundaries. I wanted to bring people closer to their North Stars with speed and elegance.”
“Well-designed data density can present massive amounts of information on every screen, while still maintaining a clear and scannable content hierarchy. …
An interview is a process that helps recruiters to find out a suitable person who can fulfill their requirements in a desirable way. It includes a set of questions and answers to get an understanding of the other person about his/her skills, interests and attitude.
Being a professional UX designer, you must have to appear in multiple interviews when you are searching for a job. At times, you rock in an interview and get a positive outcome in the form of your favorite job, while sometimes you might not be able to perform well and hence do not get the required results. …