The inclusive practice of removing barriers that prevent interaction with, or access to websites, by people with disabilities.
A customer-centric, scientific process that puts evidence behind an assumed product-market fit.
UX design patterns help designers devise workable solutions to common interface problems.
Build products faster, help teams to understand shared components and processes, and create a consistent user experience.
A visual explanation of texts, concepts or processes, designed for integration with other media.
The ability to put yourself in another person’s shoes; to truly see the world through their eyes in a given context or situation.
How frequently and how long a user interacts with your product – the more time a person spends, the more invested they are.
Understanding user behaviors, needs, and motivations through observation, task analysis, and other methodologies.
Shaping the experience of products through illustration, photography, typography, space, layout and color.
Defining the basic objects, patterns and processes in a design, and understaning the relationship between them.