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by Csilla Herendy | May 18, 2020 | 9
by Andras Rung | March 27, 2016 | 1
by 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 Andras Rung | October 13, 2015 | 1
Read moreWhen designing or redesigning products we frequently face the situation when stakeholders provide an already finalised concept for UX experts and digital designers to work with. Nevertheless, this process does not support efficient business.
by Andras Rung | October 13, 2015 | 4
Read moreDifficult to imagine the problems and issues the predecessors of today’s usability experts, the architects thousands of years ago had struggled with. It wasn’t easy to build up science and art from nothing, to figure out how things work and how to achieve practicality and beauty.
by Andras Rung | October 25, 2012 | 2
Read moreWe all have seen projects wasting money and time for unnecessary developments and features based on totally wrong design concepts. Good news is we can avoid this with a cheap and easy method.
by 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.