There is a reason you are not familiar with many of Airbnb’s competitors. The renting/booking marketplace “giant” has thrived in the global market for a decade and still hasn’t found anyone that can stand up to it. A considerable amount of that success derives from the ongoing effort of Airbnb’s design team to create a
The UX terms when is heard considered to be the very easy, beautiful, and safe sound of designing and featured products easy for the customer to use but what are the problems they come up with, and a question arises are they solved rightly? A problem, no matter how big or small has at least
“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” Apple’s “Think Different” commercial, 1977 When we think about some of the most innovative and ingenious technology companies from the last ten years, chances are, Apple would be one of the first to come to our minds.
“An artist designs for himself but a designer designs for others.” My professor often used to say I didn’t quite understand that statement until I came across the concept of Human-centred design. Now you might think, wait a minute I have heard of design thinking but what is Human-centred Design? Evolving human needs in our
A 404 error page, which often serves to alert web/app visitors that the page they are trying to reach does not exist, is often regarded as one of the most possible elements to lose users/visitors with boring and dull logging-in/out/loading/leading pages in a web/app. However, that does not mean such error pages will be a
An opportunity for Indian tech companies. China has a really powerful weapon and as Indians, it is going to affect us the most. So, what is this powerful weapon? It’s neither COVID-19 nor nuclear weapons, its something even more dangerous. It is ‘Technology’. Indian minds are brilliant. If they use that properly they can do
Designs which are solving problems are always adorable UX design, although is similar to traditional design in a lot of ways, is still a young emerging field. It’s an amalgamation of a lot of things that have come before it. Imagine the older days of computing. There were people whose job was to think about