“You have to deeply understand the essence of a product in order to be able to get rid of the parts that are not essential.” – Jony Ive
I read this article from Nielsen Norman Group, titled “Everything I Needed to Know About Good User Experience I Learned While Working in Restaurants“. I can say that this article is really good because it give me new perception about delightful experience. The article also inspires me to enrich my experience through Cerita Makan Emil […]
Back in the 1990s and early 2000s, the high-tech frontier was on the web. Scaling a website from hundreds of users to millions is technically challenging, but it doesn’t necessarily require a huge team or a ton of physical infrastructure. That’s why companies like Google and Facebook grew from nothing to billion-dollar companies. In […]
Affective forecasting is the process of predicting how future events will influence emotional well-being. People often use affective forecasting when making decisions. For example, people make choices about who to marry, where to live, and what to buy based on their affective forecasts about what will bring happiness. Unfortunately, affective forecasting is prone to error, […]
Yes, as you have read on the title, Adobe XD finally arrived for windows device 🎉🎉🎉 I was browsing this morning when I stumbled on something about this awaited software (which actually has arrived 2 days ago *cmiiw). Wait no more (fortunately I have finished my task), I went to Adobe XD page and downloaded […]
As a person who works in UX field, I know that storytelling is important. However, I did not really understand why they said storytelling is important until I found this article in HBR (https://hbr.org/2003/06/storytelling-that-moves-people) A big part of a CEO’s job is to motivate people to reach certain goals. To do that, he or she […]
In this assignment, we were asked to create design solution for people with disabilities using steps we learned in this course. We chose to create design solution for people with hearing impairment. People with hearing impairment have harder times in learning than normal people in general. For learning language, especially foreign language, they have even more difficulty in understanding words since they communicate with sign language which has less words than spoken language. In addition, sign language for foreign language, such as English, has different pronunciation or sign than how it was written (not like our Bahasa Indonesia where most of vocabularies can be read as it is).