Clearly whatever you can control or master to design “- Milton Glaeser
Welcome to the first in a series of short illustrated articles, explaining the basics of UX design.
It starts with understanding
In the real world, it is important to develop empathy and understanding of the users of your product; The audience or stakeholders who interact with it (whether directly or indirectly).
Simply put, the responsibility of designers in user experience (UX) is to understand users. And it’s easier said than done. Users are human — their behavior, priorities and goals have a Changes set. Understanding users in the real world becomes even more challenging, while upsizing with other competing needs of your business, engineering resources, market demands, brands, etc. Balancing your needs with other competing needs of.
However, UX is important. This ultimately makes a product more useful, understandable, useful and beautiful.
Learn to be sympathetic
To design great user experience (UX) you have to be sympathetic to your users. Good design makes sense.
It can also be thought of in terms of goals:
- Who wants to be a user?
- What does the user want to do?
- How does the user want to feel?
Understand your users; Who they are, why they are using your product, what they want, and how best to get them how they want to be.
In the next part of this illustrated series, we’ll look at UX design tools — see you there!
Originally published at https://designguruindia.blogspot.com.