Empathy can be seen as being able to share and understand feelings and experiences of other people. This is the keystone for a UX researcher or designer to detail and create an application that solves users' needs and pain points. As the title of this article says, you must empathize with your users.
There are a lot of versions of the user centered design approach or the user experience design process. In general, they are all similar because they put the user in the heart of design decisions. Thus, and we must satisfy user needs so he/she can complete the task with ease and joy.
Microsoft started using Blink a while back and has enhanced its browsers with cool features. With all the common features included in the Blink browser engines, to me, Edge has become like Chrome++ in the sense that it has all the features I need from Chrome and more.
In most statistics or data analysis books (at least the ones I have), there is always an explanation that states that correlation is not necessarily causation. The misunderstanding or intentional fallacy of the correlation between variables can affect the bottom line of a business.
In this global economy, companies don’t try to operate in small markets as individual silos, instead, companies try to grow out of their small markets and even move to other countries.
There are several libraries that are getting attention from web developers because they are trying to go back to the simplicity of having a backend and a frontend when building web applications
Playing games is always fun and even better if you are learning something. In this post, I will share a collection of games that are available online for learning how to code.
The web today is way better than it used to be because the browsers at least are following the standards. Here, I will discuss some of the issues faced over a decade that new developers or even new users don’t know about.
The biggest problem is when the disparity is too large that the one at the bottom cannot even afford a decent living as a human being. There are a lot of factors that contribute to income inequality over time.
For some companies, there are a lot of buzzwords and terms that they like to use to demonstrate that they “care” about users. They champion those words in product management, product development, and product design.
There are a lot of reasons why you should use a design system. Nevertheless, I want to cover the importance of consistency across your application(s) as the reason you should use a Design System.
Even today, some people confuse the terms usability and accessibility. Others might think that having a usable website is accessible by default. But, there are differences in the terms usability and accessibility that need to be understood.