Patterns in user experience design are used to create a consistent and intuitive experience for users. They provide structure and visual cues that help users understand how to interact with the product.
Often, we are approached by startups and established companies with an idea for a new product. Just as often, there is little to no user base from which to conduct research. In this blog, we’ll look at how to understand the product, its potential users, and how to create the application with minimal user data and investment.
This post covers three options for customizing an iOS or Android keyboard in a Flutter mobile application, with a code walkthrough of using the Keyboard Actions package to easily add keyboard features that increase user efficiency.
Mobile app developers, have you ever noticed that the native iOS numeric keyboard does not include certain features that might be helpful? For example, a Done button? Or how about arrow buttons to traverse form fields? To jog your memory, here’s what the native iOS numeric keyboard looks like…
Product, User Experience, and User Interface designers provide the expertise development teams need for successful product creation. This post will cover the importance of these roles, what they contribute to product creation, and an overview of my approach to the design process.
With a well-thought-out UX design, the product will be fully flushed out before development begins. For the developers, it leads to a more streamlined development plan. For the user, it means a product that is easy to use. For stakeholders, it results in a more successful final product, which means more money saved and more money made.
In this post, I’ll explain what UX design is. We’ll cover roles and responsibilities, tools and strategies, and finally, what differentiates UX from UI design. Let’s dive in!
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