Making digital designs isn’t only about creating a pretty picture. As UX designers, we have to take a lot of different things in consideration. As we earlier mentioned in our blogs The elements of User Experience design, What is UX design and The use of user research, the term UX design embodies a lot of different disciplines.
Here, we will elaborate on what is responsive design, why do you need it, and how do you approach it in UX?
We don’t think about it enough: worldwide, 1 billion people have disabilities.1 That is 1 billion people you exclude from your website if you don’t consider accessibility in your designs. These disabilities can range from visual impairment to any physical challenges while using a website. I think we can all agree that 1 billion is… quite a lot! This is why usability and accessibility in web design are so extremely important. Let’s get to business, what do you need to step up your website’s accessibility game?
Setting up your own business website is like setting up your own sidewalk lemonade stand. You expect one, maybe two people approaching you to buy some refreshing drinks, and after that comes another hour of waiting for the next one. Like lemonade stands, the effort it takes to create and improve a website matters more than simply ticking a box off of one’s startup checklist.
The flowers are blooming, the bees are buzzing again and the birds are singing their highest song! That means: SPRING! And spring is inextricably linked to Easter.
Who hasn’t looked for eggs among the newly emerging daffodils? Whether it was real self-painted eggs or sun-melted chocolate eggs, we all had a stomach ache at the end of the day.
If you sell a product or service but you don’t have a customer journey map yet, stop what you’re doing! Customer journey mapping is a crucial part in going from a GOOD user experience, to a GREAT user experience. Want to know how? Keep reading and find out.
User Experience design, or the short version UX design, refers to the design of experiences users have with products or services. Today, the term User Experience design is mostly used in online products, such as platforms, websites, webshops and apps, but you can use User Experience design for basically everything that can be used and has a design. From something as simple as your favorite teacup to more advanced items like a brand-new espresso machine. What are important factors and deliverables in UX design? I’ll tell you all about it!
Most business owners or start-ups know they need it, it’s supposed to be this really big deal in development. But what is UX design? And why is UX design important for the success of the next product? The abbreviation is the easy part, UX in UX design stands for User Experience. But to explain to you exactly what UX design is, I’m going to need a little bit more of your time. It will be worth it though, pinky promise!
If you’re working in the digital field, you’ve probably once or twice come across the terms UX designer and UI designer. They have very similar names so you wouldn’t be the first to get them mixed up. Just like back in the day (or maybe even recently) with Pat & Mat! Although they only differ by one letter, they are definitely not the same. What do the abbreviations UX and UI stand for, what do they mean and what is the difference between a UX designer and a UI designer? Let’s find out!
You can’t build an airplane cockpit without knowing what a pilot exactly does. We know roughly what a pilot does, right? Fly a plane. But when we really dive into their flight routine, we learn so much more. So, hop on board and let us tell you about the use of user research and fly your next project to new heights.