4. Design to Solve Problems

Design always solves a well-defined problem. Take the problem of your user Make a clear understanding of it Devise a plan to solve it Try your plan and analyze the results If you are satisfied with your outcomes, involve your user. Repeat this process until you get a masterpiece that satisfies your user and worth… Continue reading 4. Design to Solve Problems

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3. Keep business objective in your mind

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Of course, you need to make a balance between user’s wish list and your business objectives. See how your work is putting value to your business? Whether the effort you put to build your design is worth what it costs? Always answer these questions before moving forward with your client. Analise the requirements keeping in… Continue reading 3. Keep business objective in your mind

A Logo’s evolution

This is the American television channel ABC’s logo as it morphed through the years. It is a good indicator of the decades styles and the resulting changes to there logo. Latest Logo makeover why is the redesign of the logo like this? Citing other recent rebrands by Apple, BMW and Starbucks, ABC justifies its move… Continue reading A Logo’s evolution

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User Experience (UX) Design

A Brief Introduction to User Experience (UX) Design User experience (UX) design can be a complicated and overwhelming field for newcomers, as it a wide range of topics (from accessibility to wire-framing ). Some of these topics overlap, while some of them complement one another. Therefore, it’s important to come to a common and basic… Continue reading User Experience (UX) Design