eatur…ng this and other topics related to the launch, which triggered this post. He raised a great point: just because a product that used to only cater to your demographic now contains features that don’t matter to you, don’t mock or discount the impact those features can have on other people’s lives.
…e the users don’t know where they are and how they could reach their goals with the website or app. Whatever is the reason that brings users to your digital product, the high level of respecting them means letting them know what is going on and where they are going at every step of interaction with it.
…professional life of an individual, but also general productivity and welfare of the whole country. With the rapid growth of technology, it would be irrational not to apply the great potential of modern innovation in the sphere of health care and medical services. Recent years have shown increasing interest of professionals and stakeholders in setting creative e…
Words are a powerful weapon. They can bring both success and failure depending on how you put them together. They can motivate or confuse, strengthen or weaken, call or push away. That’s why designing a digital product, it’s vital to remember that high-quality copy is as essential as the details of visual performance.
…ionality and usability, the two principles that are arguably the most important to any UX designer. If the UX isn’t smooth, it doesn’t matter how beautiful your chosen color palette is, or how stunning your UI is. If a user can’t swipe through it efficiently, it’s not going to have any staying power.