Showing blogs for: UX design
by Harlan Cockburn | May 11, 2021 | 12
Read moreBack in the day many of us traveled to conferences, business meetings, and even for weekend breaks in other cities and countries. Sometimes we might plan ahead, while at other times introducing elements of chance added a little spice to the visit.
by Harlan Cockburn | February 16, 2021 | 17
Read moreThe Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in profound changes in the way people throughout the world meet and work. Are these changes permanent, or merely temporary blips? And as masses of people have resorted to online work, how has the UX-UI community responded? More precisely, how should UX designers respond? In the first half of this article there is a personal story which may reflect the experience of many others during the pandemic.
by Csilla Herendy | November 6, 2020 | 16
Read moreHow easily users can find the content they are looking for on a website and how easily they can solve the planned tasks is affected by the actual cognitive load required to use the site or application. These can be physical in nature, like having to scroll too much or click far too often on the site.
Everything becomes manageable without touch: the effect of COVID-19 pandemic on VUI(voice user interface) developments
by Dr. Péter Rónay | October 20, 2020 | 10
Read moreThe COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed not only our social behavior but also the way ordinary objects are used. In a situation where touching different devices carries a risk of infection a hand sanitizer is often a rarer commodity than truffle, as people think twice about what to touch.
by Dr. Péter Rónay | October 1, 2020 | 11
Read moreVoice User Interfaces are present in many areas of life. Sometimes they are especially useful, for instance when contactless use is paramount: during an epidemic, in a public area, or at any time in an isolation ward of a hospital.
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 Dr Andras Rung | June 16, 2020 | 12
Read moreIf your company has a UX project, and it does not have (enough) specialized designers, it’s a no-brainer to go and hire an agency or consulting firm for that work. But where do you find that agency that’s best for you? Well maybe you should look around in places you wouldn’t normally do.