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Category: Stakeholders Role in Design

  • 26
    Feb
    2018

    Some design questions that I ask myself

    User Experience Design is an adventurous journey. It consists of series of steps – user research, interactive prototypes, typography choices, color psychology and many more. Bringing an application to life, helping users experience the joy of using an application with ease, and ideating creatively is what really matters to me. I often ask myself lot of questions, before, during and after the project execution. A few of them are …

    1. How can I create unconventional interactions &


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  • 9
    Feb
    2018

    Human cognition principles that could shape UX

    My style of blog writing is usually opinion based. However, in this article, I will leverage the research done in the field of Psychology over the years and will try to connect some of the known theories to UX design. These principles, when applied, could help us create better designs.

    1.  Serial position effect: People have a tendency to best remember the first and last item of a series.


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  • 5
    Dec
    2017

    Geography, Culture and UX Design

    When you look at a picture on your computer or smartphone, what catches your eye? Surprisingly, the answer to that question might differ depending upon where you were raised. According to research by psychologist Richard Nisbett, Chinese and American people see the world differently!  Americans focus on the central objects of photographs, while Chinese individuals pay more attention to the image as a whole. Astounding, isn’t it ?

    Another study done by same psychologist also cites the differences in language development in the cultures.


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