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by Harlan Cockburn | September 13, 2020 | 13
Read moreImagine designing a new car. There are a gazillion things to consider, including what function it will have – sporty, family run-about, off-road? How many passengers, how will it be powered, what safety features are needed, and can it be future-proofed? Such questions, plus many more, will precede what a lot of us might think of as car design – the ‘art part’ of beautiful curves and blended colors.
by Harlan Cockburn | August 6, 2020 | 7
by Harlan Cockburn | July 17, 2020 | 8
by Zsuzsanna Imrei | April 18, 2019 | 4
Read moreWhat is service design and why is it important to use at airports? Service design is a process to organize people, infrastructure and communication of service to optimize its quality and the relationship between the service provider and the customer. The purpose of service design is to create a service which is user-centered, relevant and competitive.
by Anna Regeni | March 5, 2019 | 10
Read moreDonald Norman’s world-known work ‘Emotional Design’ is one of the most famous books among UX and UI practitioners. In this book he distinguishes 3 levels of design based on the nature of the impact they have on users.
by Veronica Torresin | February 7, 2019 | 6
Read moreIn the recent years, chatbots have evolved and improved significantly and penetrated areas where customer focus has a strategic importance, such as banking. In this article, we are going to present the main reasons behind the broader adoption of chatbot services from a customers’ as well as banks’ point of views.
by Anna Regeni | December 7, 2018 | 10
by Dr Andras Rung | March 27, 2016 | 1
by Dr Andras Rung | March 22, 2016 | 2
Read moreWhen designing new and innovative interfaces, we are trying to predict where we are headed and what the future will bring. What will the new user expectations be, and how will be able to best meet them? Josh Clark has pertinently said that UX does not necessarily bring in new ideas, but implements old dreams instead.
by Dr Andras Rung | June 11, 2012 | 2
Read moreA graphic design mock-up and a high fidelity wireframe share several characteristics which makes difficult to see where the work of the UX expert ends and the graphic designer’s starts. Not yet prevalent in Hungary, smart project planning beyond the waterfall model makes possible for the UX and the graphic designer to work on the same task together.