Design the Right User Experience.
Having fewer steps in product design helps build constructive user experiences and is even more cost-efficient and as per requirements. Around 33% to 50% of product development cycles are trimmed down by investing in user experience design during a project’s concept stage. But only when done with the right process.
This eBook of Do’s and Don’ts of Experience Design covers
- – Why and how to research your users before designing
- – The importance of building device-agnostic product
- – The need for essential product features
- – How your product design should be inclusive of Dos and Don’ts
- – Examples of products built using Experience Design
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Successful Organizations Used Experience Design.
Top organizations like LinkedIn, Starbucks, and Bank of America flourished when applied experience design
With Experience Design, LinkedIn started recommending its users enhance their LinkedIn profile presentation, content, and capabilities to utilize their product.
Starbucks utilized the power of Experience Design when experiencing a drop in sales. They arranged round tables smartly to enable solo coffee drinkers to be more pleasant and less edgy for a more relaxed experience.
Bank of America involved Experience Design to boost the use of the Savings Account. Using this, they were able to bring more customers that started saving more than the saved amount.
Experience design is one of the best approaches to pull users towards your business and sustain their loyalty. Our Experience Design eBook lets you avoid mistakes and utilize Experience Design in the most efficient way possible.