I’ve seen UX Designers who try to drive things and challenge the status quo — but often they themselves find it hard to mend their own thought process based on feedback.
Often multiple feedbacks are prioritized and they go through votes “Hey, not many people are finding it too bright!”, for example. In my experience leading User Interviews & Prototype testing, it’s best to have “All” feedbacks addressed at an early stage.
As a UX Designer, it’s essential to be able to question your own assessment and believe in the process, along with using your creativity to solve problems.
We had shared the Top 3 UX Trends for 2021, Surgyy Design is excited about on our LinkedIn page.
Considering the popularity and interest on the topic, I thought about elaborating things further on a blog post.
Dark Mode has been quite a talk since some time now. It is receiving more proven traction recently. The key reasons to adapt dark mode:
You are about to design a B2B SaaS product which caters to specific business processes. You can come up with beautiful looking Dashboards, but your greatest fear is actual usability & adoption.
So let’s jump right into the 4 points
Building an exceptional product takes more than just product management. It is built with Leadership and a Product focused DNA.
I’m new on Medium, sharing a blog post I had written earlier on the topic — https://www.nasirmj.com/5-secrets-of-exceptional-products/
Do let me know your thoughts, and I’m happy to post more here.