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.
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.
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.
Looking for inspiration and how to design UI is hard enough. But it is very difficult to find a great color palette that is appealing to the eye and also applied correctly in the UI.
Heuristic Evaluation is a procedure performed by Usability experts to assess the overall usability of an application. This is based on finding flaws in a system by comparing the UI against some predetermined principles.
There is always confusion between sketches, wireframes, and mockups. Here, I will try to clarify each one with their intended use.
Animations can enhance the user experience and how users feel when using the app. But the core goal for a user is accomplishing the task with ease.
Time to market is essential and projects usually have budget constraints which means that they cannot be developed for a long period of time without producing value to the customers or the company. Therefore, it is necessary to pick what must be created first.
If the UX professionals put themselves in the shoes of the users of the field, we will realize that it is not very user-friendly to have multiple and confusing terms to address the same thing.
It is difficult to tell a client that you will design a user experience. It is better to explain exactly what you would do in your design that will increase the usability, conversion, provides what your users want, and performance of the page.
Reading online is part of my daily life. But I cannot finish reading some articles because of the lack of basic usability principles implemented.