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  1. It’s time for our February Employee in the Spotlight! This month we’re putting the spotlight on one of our newest team members, our Front-End Developer and ‘website extraordinaire’ Yannick Post.
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  2. The 2020 industry study on Global User Interface (UI) Design Market deliver a recent industry information and advanced future tendency. Likewise, highlights the User Interface (UI) Design market forecast for 2024, top vendors, different analysis, and drivers. Furthermore, the User Interface (UI) Design market size, trade facts discussion and market share evaluation helps to understand entire User Interface (UI) Design industry accordingly. Besides that, it lists business outlook, revenue, and consumption User Interface (UI) Design market by countries.
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  3. Feedback form templates are an easy way of getting your feedback form(s) set up. Depending on who you will target for feedback, what you want to achieve and of course, how you’re going to achieve it, there are different feedback form templates you can apply to your website or mobile app. These templates use various different metrics and follow up questions that help your visitors supply your business with meaningful and actionable feedback.
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  4. Technology has produced huge breakthroughs in design. A product can be ideated, prototyped and finalized with little more than a keyboard and code. But the ingenuity of modern design often leads to product teams neglecting the basics.
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  5. A great user experience isn't a component of a product, service or digital interface, but is about designing the entire process and the related interconnections. What other misconceptions are there around designing a great user experience in financial services?
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  6. Once you’ve built your prototypes based on the ideas you and your team generated, it’s time to gather feedback from the people on whom you are testing these. Optimising how you gather feedback — and, therefore, learn from your prototypes and users — is essential to help you save time and resources in the Prototype and Test stages of the Design Thinking process – and in any other human-centred design process. Being quick and efficient allows you to move rapidly from creating a prototype, to putting it out to test it, to gathering feedback, and finally to creating a new and improved iteration of your ideas. To maximise learning from your tests, we will share six best practice tips on how to gather feedback, as well as three methods (with downloadable templates!) on how you can organise your feedback.
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  7. “We know this solution is more usable based on the feedback the usability tests provide us with, but it’s just a bit boring,” was the heartbreaking feedback the agency received from their client. “There’s no way our users wouldn’t know what that interface control means.”

    You might think that the arrogance of speaking on behalf of users without ever having met one – or, worse still, ignoring user feedback if it doesn’t suit – represents a luxuriant hubris for the tiny minority of organisations so successful and with such desirable products that their users will take what they are given. However, this author’s experience suggests that this outlook is more prevalent than it should be, based on what we know about the close relationship between how organisations treat their customers online and commercial success.
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  8. From a single blog to a full-blown website, any new digital marketing project goes through several iterations before launch. Each stage of the project presents an opportunity to discuss the plan, make changes, and get buy-in from the entire team. When clients skip this opportunity or fail to understand its importance, bad things happen.
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  9. It could be the best work you’ve ever created, but when you show it to your team or client, they don’t quite have the same opinion. That’s the added challenge to design work. Even in a room full of veteran designers, context, experience, and opinions will differ because design is subjective. Before your career is over, no doubt you’ll have a moment where you look at a pile of feedback and think, “I should have gone into accounting, where there’s only one answer.”
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  10. AI is in desperate need of designers–in part, because machine learning products often originate in the world of research, where design principles are rarely applied. Closing the gap between researchers and designers is the goal of Google’s People + AI Research (PAIR) initiative, which launched earlier this summer. PAIR aims to establish design principles for AI systems and build tools for designers and developers as AI moves quickly from the research lab into the products we use every day. At PAIR’s first conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts, this week, researchers from Google, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Illinois presented their ideas on machine learning systems that have human needs at their core. Based on their comments, here are three problems AI is currently facing–and how the right design could help.
    Tags: , , by eringilliam (2017-10-26)
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