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To UX or NOT to UX

User needs are the most important factor for a product. A good design is achieved due to a combination of multiple factors, such as the hard-work of the designers, developers and the supportive collaboration across multiple teams within the firm. However, many UX design projects suffer from some common mistakes. In this post, I have tried to summarize some of the mistakes and possible solutions on how we can tackle those issues.

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Styleguide and UX

In today’s digital experience, designers and developers face similar challenges. With passage of time, I have seen more and more team members come go and in this process, the continuity of maintaining a guideline becomes very essential. Additionally with new technology platforms and trends evolving, means the product innovation must occur every quarter instead of years.

UI Style Guides are a design and development tool that brings cohesion to a digital product’s user interface and experience. At their core, they:

  1. Record all of the design elements and interactions that occur within a product
  2. List crucial UI components such as buttons, typography, color, navigation menus, etc.
  3. Contain live elements and code snippets for developers to reference and use.

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