Among smartphone users, 90% spend time using mobile apps. The mobile-app development sector is thriving, with no signs of abatement. This is the big reason that developing a custom mobile app is such an attractive option for businesses.
However, coming up with a concept for a million-dollar mobile app is not easy! Accordingly, ideating and validating mobile-app concepts is essential before embarking on design and development. This is the first step toward creating an excellent mobile app that can succeed in the marketplace. Read More
With the rise of technology, many industries have experienced a digital transformation, and healthcare is no exception. The healthcare industry has been evolving rapidly. One of the most significant changes is the emergence of online medicine-delivery apps, which are changing the way people access healthcare and making it more accessible and convenient.
In this article, I’ll explore the benefits of online medicine-delivery apps and show how they are revolutionizing the healthcare industry. Read More
Welcome to the first edition of my new column: A Better Future: Designing for good in a changing world. My hope is that this column will be a natural extension of the two series I’ve previously written for UXmatters, “Understanding Gender and Racial Bias in AI” and “The State of UX Design Education.” My goal is to continue educating myself and this community on the good, the bad, and the ugly of the future of design, with a focus on the perils of designing in an artificial intelligence (AI)–powered world and what we, as UX designers and researchers, can do to address these challenges.
To get us all on the same page about capital G, good design, I’m kicking off my column with a discussion about design ethics. This topic feels particularly relevant given the recent news from Menlo Park, California. As I write this, The Wall Street Journal has released The Facebook Files, investigative research that concludes what many of us have suspected for years: Facebook has some special rules for elite users. Instagram is toxic for teenage girls. Facebook is an angry place and makes the world an angrier place. Read More