What Options to Provide to Clients and Prospects
Modern customers are overwhelmed with product and service options forcing any software designer or developer to plan carefully what features and options to provide from the very beginning of a project. Continue reading →
People at product or marketing responsibilities who feel they have zero artistic talent – this post is for you. Rating a design, which leads you way outside your comfort zone, can be a stressful exercise. Continue reading →
Politics attempts to address irresolvable problems. Problems which cannot be solved by a definitive solution; any such solution would inevitably be imperfect. This might be because it cannot satisfy all parties, cannot scale to an infinite extent, or cannot remain stable over time in a changing context. Mindsets, visions, and issues internal and external evolve, rendering the problems we attempt to address through politics irresolvable.
I have often considered UX designers as people tackling irresolvable problems too. For many, Continue reading →
Typography is one of the segments of digital products whose importance is often undervalued. Text is a primary form of content, and most of the time, designers don’t consider putting significant effort into typography, which is one of the reasons for a huge amount of services being visually lacklustre.
Text is never just text. Continue reading →
After you’ve been working so much on convincing them, when people surrender and finally incorporate your product or service in their lives, you can guess that they will have high expectation from it.
In the last years, our lives changed irreversibly with the introduction of various technologies, applications and services that made our everyday functioning easier, more pleasant. Our thirst for information and productivity “on-the-go” as well as in front of a computer grew exponentially. Continue reading →