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User Experience Mapping Methods – A Study Guide For All

By Admin on October 12, 2021

Let’s start with – What is User Experience Mapping? UX maps help you visualize how the end-user will experience your digital product, be it an app or website. A UX map is a tool for UX designers to understand customer motivations, hesitations, needs, and concerns. Most businesses bank on the data gathering to know about …

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Impact of Design at Every Stage in Your Client Sales Funnel

By Admin on September 1, 2021

Creating a website can be a difficult task. There are numerous design principles to consider, and you must find unique ways to capture and hold users’ attention. The first impression of your content by a viewer does not have to result in a sale. It’s nice if it does, but your client and even you …

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What is design thinking, and how do we apply it?

By Admin on June 18, 2021

While dealing with complex problems that are poorly defined or unknown, design thinking comes to the rescue. By understanding the human needs involved, this design methodology provides a solution-based approach to problem-solving. Understanding the five stages of design thinking will enable anyone to apply these methods to solve complex problems, regardless of the issue’s scale, …

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5 Tell-tale signs that your mobile app needs a design overhaul

By Admin on April 30, 2021

With hundreds of apps being released every day, keeping up with the competition has become quite difficult. Testing and developing an app is still fine, but keeping up with daily challenges and new user requirements can be a mammoth task. Moreover, most people either wait too long before making a redesign (which can be critical, …

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UX Audit | A blueprint to UX that yields tangible business results

By Admin on April 21, 2021

UX is not an afterthought and it’s quite evident with the recent change in the way we build websites and apps. Every penny you invest in UX reflects directly in the revenue. A well-developed UX is a universal sign that your users’ requirements and expectations are taken into account, which helps build trust. Above all, …

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A Guide to UX Design Deliverables

By Admin on November 25, 2020

UX deliverables are a key part of building any application/product or enhancing an existing one. They may vary depending on the methods used, project, budget, and user demands, as every product is different. This, in turn, also impacts the communication between the designer and the client. Early on in the project, before the designer can …

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A comprehensive guide to Mobile App Design

By Admin on September 2, 2020

2.56 million and 1.85 million. According to Statista research, these numbers are the number of applications available on Google and Apple’s app store, respectively. Each one of these applications is trying to solve a problem. Problems like payment friction, learning, boredom, and whatnot. A million solutions for billions of smartphone users. But, bear in mind …

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7 layout fundamentals for that oddly satisfying UI

By Admin on June 24, 2020

We all love harmony in our lives. Harmony of tones and hues, of perfect shapes and negative spaces. Be it in music, interior design, or on the dense pixel sheet of our workstations. Often times this harmony is disturbed by all-out arrangements of elements, essential or not, in tiny places. Resulting in claustrophobic or anxious …

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How we make remote design sprints work?

By Admin on June 9, 2020

In an ideal scenario we would all be working alongside our teams in our lovely workspaces built for maximum productivity and collaboration. But since that is not the case and will remain unchanged for a while, the only option is to adapt. Considering the circumstances our design team like every other team has gone completely …

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Why Design QA should be a non-negotiable part of your process?

By Aaditya Mandloi on February 20, 2020

Did you ever happen to spot some inconsistencies in your product’s design that were not there in your prototype? The color being a bit different, some changes in the font style or micro interactions not working the way they are supposed to. You think that some of these errors could have been avoided if a …

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