Test small and test often during the product discovery and design phase, so that we can create the right features for the right problems. For usability testing, start small, ask feedback and edit often before build a big prototype. We want to build products/services that customers love, instead of finishing product implementation and using live customers as test users.
Happy Holidays friends! May you have a wonderful holiday season and new year!
I don’t know what my dream is, but I’d like to do something towards it. Making it public is a great way to make myself more responsible for my progress, so I started using YouTube to do daily reports, and it just hit day 100!
What is it that you want to do? What can you do to make it a little closer to your dream?
Smart wearable devices like Google Glass, smart watches are hot topics today. I decided to catch the wave, and got myself a wearable fitness tracker: Fitbit Force.
If you’re interested in web and mobile trends, this is a nice quick read (by awwwards.com, free).
Have you every struggled to tell a story effectively using pictures?
Think about the picture books we read when we were kids: how those vivid pictures got us involved, making us laugh or cry together with the characters. How do they make the stories so powerful?
This was a project for my interaction design class from Coursera. The web app part was my homework for the class, and later I did the mobile app part just for fun. I mainly used Balsamiq and Axure. It was built in 2012.
4 years ago, I landed in United States and my great journey began.