Do you have the qualities, tools, and techniques it takes to succeed as an entry level UX Designer?
With design thinking’s coming of age, the importance of applying its principles has become extremely clear. By meeting customer needs, it’s possible for any company in any industry to excel. Here's how.
Presenting designs in-person is very different than presenting designs online. In a remote meeting, attendees miss the visual cues of presenter and therefore, have to largely rely on verbal communication.
Digital ethnography is the study of people through digital artifacts (e.g. pictures, texts, and videos). Digital spaces hold a few advantages over physical ones.
Since 2003 the simplicity and strength of the NPS question made it one of the most important performance indicators for customers facing companies world-wide.
Machine Learning is the most sought after topic in the field of software Industry and would be considered the most in-demand technical skill going ahead
The dynamic thing about being a UX designer is that there are no rules per se, and there are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers to a problem...
Stories no longer have to be told in a 700-page novel, they can be as simple as a Whatsapp notification, a story with a hell of a cliff-hanger that implores us to find out what happens next...
96% of Americans that send money internationally are unhappy with their money transfer provider and 80% say they feel ripped off by their provider. That leaves 4% happy. Babies on a plane give higher satisfaction ratings.
A journey map can help a company visualize the needs, desires and motivations of its customers and provides the data it needs to engage its customer base efficiently.