Design & UX
Lately, everyone’s talking about “conversational UI.” It’s the next big thing. But the more articles I read on the topic, the more annoyed I get. It’s taken me so long to figure out why! Many of the platform-like aspects they’ve taken on to plaster over gaps in the OS actually have little to do with the core chat functionality. Not only is “conversational UI” a red herring but as we look more closely, we’ll even see places where conversational UI has breached its limits and broken down.
After working 4 years in the field of digital design I got obsessed with tidying up and sorting information. This lead to the creation of a systematic approach for designing user interfaces.
Icons make interfaces beautiful but can users understand them well. is it better to just use words/label instead of icons?
People who use your app or site have a particular goal. Often the one thing that is standing between the user and his goal is a form. Because forms still remain the one of the most important type of interaction for users on the web and in the apps. In fact, forms are often considered to be the final step of the journey to the completion of goals.