The following exercise aims to establish a design experience to help an user in understanding what changes have been made in the latest revision of a table (B), in comparison to the previous table (A). Using, JTBD Framework, the job story can be written as: When looking through the latest data in a table, I want to […]Read more "UX: Assessing Table Revisions"
This comment from an user sums the very scenario and the issue, I recently encountered while designing a product – “I have been using Toggle Button to “Add” and “Remove” elements to a collection using simple Toggle Button (one with state visible at a time) which had following states. ADD (if button wasn’t clicked ever) […]Read more "UX: Designing a Better Multi-state Button"
You have a super “kewl” smartphone but do you sometimes miss that old film camera of yours? Some thoughts on product design, creating boundaries and value of emotional experience.Read more "Why unlimited storage options seem scary!"
Read about a funny anecdote pointing to the need for flexible UX approaches in building better products. A 3 min read. Speaking to a colleague sometime back, I hit on a funny conversation. He was the project manager and I was supposed to be the UX guy in that project team. One fine day, we met, […]Read more "“20g UX” can quench your product’s hunger!"
A friend recently asked if I could share my CV, featuring bits of current work. A valid question that it seems, but it was one that left me clueless. Read on. I am a Product Designer, who uses accumulated experience in UX design to create/facilitate usable, functional & delightful digital products. Kennan Cummings has […]Read more "I am a Product Designer and this is what I do."
Often one sees this. Organizations giving in to the buzz about Agile and how good a model it is — leading to imposing it on all projects, ongoing and new. The project teams, which were till now, working like a well oiled machine (ok, with there share of jerks), somehow pulling their socks up at the right […]Read more "Agile, UX, Fixed Bid Projects and things in b/w"
A discussion on what can product design learn from the essence of Sufism.Read more "Product Design meets Sufism"