Posts Tagged "UI"

UX design for Enterprise Applications Comments Off on UX design for Enterprise Applications

UX design for Enterprise Applications

Posted by on Jun 20, 2020 in Career, Technology, UX Design

An introduction to Enterprise Application Beyond streamlining business processes and functionalities, enterprise applications are now featured with remote mobility and real-time knowledge transfers. They are the oil in the corporate system keeping functions intact and are saving a lot of money, time, and effort. No doubt the dependence on enterprise applications is increasing and they […]

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How to choose the best UI UX Design studio – The Best Approach & Methodology Comments Off on How to choose the best UI UX Design studio – The Best Approach & Methodology

How to choose the best UI UX Design studio – The Best Approach & Methodology

Posted by on Jan 6, 2020 in UX Design

A best UI UX design studio that offers comprehensive aspects of design and quality can help you attain an edge over your competitors. It might take you a while to figure out the studio that best caters to your needs, but waiting for the right one is worth it as every company needs a strategic […]

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UI versus UX: Difference between UI and UX Comments Off on UI versus UX: Difference between UI and UX

UI versus UX: Difference between UI and UX

Posted by on Oct 16, 2019 in Design Thinking, Technology, UX Design

We all have heard people chatting and walking around the streets of tech cities, talking about the great UX service, about the bad websites, or experts talking about UI and UX Design. UI makes interfaces excellent whereas UX makes them helpful and useful. In this article, we will share the major and primary difference between […]

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Why it is important to maintain Design Consistency Comments Off on Why it is important to maintain Design Consistency

Why it is important to maintain Design Consistency

Posted by on May 15, 2018 in UX Design

Why it is important to maintain Design Consistency   Designing is an art. And art, unlike most things, is not supposed to be the same. It needs to be varying, dynamic, adaptive and appealing.  The norm of compliance to rules is something that does not apply to designing.

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