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Every designer faces three people that he or she needs to please – the client, the user, and themselves. Doing so is the perfect case scenario. But is it always possible? User Centered Design, in short UCD, is the principle created to put the user and their experiences in front. An opposition to the constant… continue reading

We’re living in a multi-device (ideally a mobile-dominated) world. And so, if you’re still focusing on improving your website for desktop users, then you’re likely going to lose a lot of potential opportunities to increase conversions. The use of mobile devices – be it for searching things, purchasing products, etc. – is booming. But an… continue reading

Steve Jobs once said that people do not know what they want until they see it, and Henry Ford heard people say “faster horses”, so he designed Ford Model T, ignoring what people want and giving them what they need. Yeah, but what about the fact that more often than not people actually do know… continue reading

The first membrane of every object or living being is the skin. Even a needle entering your body has to pass through the uppermost epidermis first. User Interface (UI in short) is that skin of the digital system via which we transact with it. But mind you, it’s neither the design nor the visual appeal… continue reading

User Experience (UX) has become a buzzword in the web design community. With each passing day, more and more business organizations are realizing the significance a great UX design holds in driving users back to a site. As a matter of fact, many companies are already investing heavily in creating good UX designs, in a… continue reading

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