I am not a UX designer, but a keen observer of technology and a deep interest in this hugely developing field of UX science.
In terms of my experience I have spend a good part of my life working for Silicon Valley industries where the vision was very much about innovation that would change the world. That mantra is one of the reasons why I enjoy and have a keen interest in unraveling every new technology and understanding where it would take us.
My background was very much born from the days when I like to take things apart just to see how it works, take great pleasure in putting it back together, and hopefully make it work again. My observation of technology trends is very much the same. I break it apart, see how it is built and what is new and amazing, put it back together and see where it goes. Yep that is me.
Which came first: Technology or UX/UI? I was having a conversation about UI/UX recently with a friend who has made this very much her professional career, which got me thinking about a question: Which came first: Technology or UX/UI? At...
User Experience (UX) Design is the process of enhancing a persons experience with a given product, system or service.
UX involves an in depth understanding of a users behaviors, attitudes, and emotions in order to create a successful design.