Developing a prototype is part of every software development today. But what are the benefits of having a prototype compared to creating a basic concept? And how do you manage the step from prototype to finished product?
In today’s article, you’ll find everything you need to know about developing a prototype for your website or app.
The success of a new product depends on many factors.
Is there a market for the product? Is the product solving a major issue? And is your product being accepted by users and customers? In this article, we want to shed some light on the topic of product validation and answer the question: What can you do before you start developing a new product?
Adobe has gained a new family member with Adobe Experience Design (XD).
In today’s review, we share our first thoughts on Adobe Experience Design. And why it’s pretty promising.
An appealing user interface can have a significant impact on the success of your application.
The challenge for web designers is thinking about how users are navigating the UI and which actions they expect to happen. This involves evaluating the skills and technical know-how which they can expect from their users.
We will give you a few tips about how to design an appealing UI and ensure a good user experience.
Christmas is approaching fast, and that means one thing: get ready for next year’s conference season!
Read on but make sure you have an (empty) calendar next to you when you do.
The Slush Conference in Helsinki (Nov. 30th to Dec. 1st) is one of the biggest startup events in Europe with around 17,500 participants. Besides 2,000 startups from all over the world, this year’s event also featured around 1,000 investors and 2,500 volunteers.
Upon entering the conference hall for the first time, it became clear that the darkness of Finland in November is part of the event’s aesthetic concept: dark halls, lasers and fog machines that delivered punchlines in the form of smoke during the presentations, embodied Slush’s motto perfectly:
“Nobody in their right mind would come to Helsinki in November. Except you, you badass. Welcome.”
Bill Burnett and David Evans are teaching the most popular course at Stanford University right now. The name of the course: Design Your Life.
The term “design” is not meant in an abstract way. The course is actually about transferring ideas and principles of design to questions and problems of everyday life.
“Think like a designer” is the slogan of the course as well as a recently published book (Designing Your Life: How to Build a Well-Lived, Joyful Life) by the two professors.
Long-scrolling websites, i.e. sites that let you scroll down for an extended amount of time, have been around for years.
The reason? Users love them!
That isn’t about to change, which is why we wanted to give you some tips and best practices in this article. Because long-scrolling or infinite-scrolling alone doesn’t mean the user is going to spend a long time on your website.
Have fun reading and scrolling 😉
When building a product one often wants to provide a solution to a real problem. But that is rarely sufficient to develop an enjoyable product which users can’t stop thinking about.
Here is where user testing comes in. By involving users in the product development process, companies can incorporate feedback in every product development stage.
In this article, we want to give you an introduction on what user testing is and why it is necessary. For an in-depth exploration of the topic, please see our ebook on “How to build products users love”. Happy reading!
Even if you don’t greet each user personally: each time a user visits your website, you are communicating with them. Through the design of your website.
How this works?
Communication on your website works on different levels and ranges from text, pictures and the structure of a site to colours, titles and buttons. In this blog post I want to explain how communication on a website works and what you can do to improve it.