Tag: Experience Design


UX Design Trends To Follow In 2016

Last year, we have experienced a great revolution in the domain of UX design. As we had stated back then, the most significant trends in UX design are here to stay and are assumed to be followed this year as well.If you really want to position yourself as a strong entity in the competitive professional world, then you also need to enhance the user experience you are providing. Have you observed that a large number of organizations are now more inclined towards selling experience and not just a product or a service? The only reason is that they have realized its significance!

Source: 6 UX Design Trends To Follow In 2016 – Usability Geek

The Biggest Driver of Design Innovation

The call to incorporate accessible design into a website can sometimes be met with resistance: it’s seen as an impediment to full functionality. That’s the wrong attitude — Designing for people with disabilities has in fact unlocked some of the world’s major innovations.

Source: The Biggest Driver of Innovation You’ve Never Heard Of | PwC

Are You Ready for Chatbots?

Are you ready? Chatbots are being embraced at an unprecedented rate because they are easy to build, scalable — since they can be powered across a range of platforms — and are both useful and promotional, said Christian Brucculeri, CEO and director at Snaps. The future of branded bots, he said, will be brands “owning” areas and “offering smart utilities. “A grocer or a food brand, for instance, could develop a recipe generator bot, so all one has to do is type the name of an ingredient, and get a bunch of recipe recommendations.”

Source: Brands as Chatty Friends: Are Chatbots ‘The Beginning of a New Internet’? | Digiday