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A category dedicated to the design process and how little iterative design steps in a methodical approach can assure a better end result. The User Centered Design process (UCD) is the most common process discussed in this category.

When we talk about interaction design, we have to still talk about web and graphics design as its origins go way deep into these two areas until when it grew into the realm that it is today. It’s way more than just another way of working with text and pictures. It has gone to the… continue reading

Design thinking, what is that? It’s definitely another buzzword, but a lot of people don’t really know what it means. To be honest, there are no specific definitions, but they all include a problem solving process to identify people’s needs first. It is a good method for solving complex problems. Design thinking helps organisations find… continue reading

A new General Manager joining the group brought with him a new methodology of pushing the entire organization to deliver innovative features every three months. And our company being a well-established, profitable, software maker, some of the employees were too comfortable to push the envelopes. Nonetheless, this new method was intended to reignite passion throughout… continue reading

A good concept comes from a good idea. But how do you actually create a concept from your initial idea? It sounds daunting at first, it truly does, because where would you start? To ease your pain, I have created a guideline that should help you through the process, both in theory as in practice.… continue reading

Today, probably more than ever, users are the ones who make definite decisions whether products will be successful or not. A bit spoiled by improved quality and innovations, as well as numerous choices of products, users expectations are pretty high while their interest is very hard to evoke. And this is especially true for the… continue reading

„Understanding your users is the first step towards defining the exact problem. does just that!“
- Paul