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Say What? The Magic of UX Writing

Say What? The Magic of UX Writing

UX writing is the art of crafting the words that guide users through interfaces, making interactions seamless and intuitive. Good UX writing is not just about being clear and concise—it's about understanding user needs and addressing them effectively.

Eat that frog - Summary

Eat that frog - Summary

Explore key insights from Brian Tracy’s "Eat That Frog" and discover practical strategies to enhance productivity and combat procrastination in our latest blog post. Whether you're an aspiring engineer, a hobbyist, or someone struggling with procrastination, learn how to prioritize tasks effectively and manage your time with efficiency.

Practical UI - Summary

Practical UI - Summary

Practical UI by Adham Dannaway is a comprehensive guide on user interface (UI) design, emphasizing practical and logical approaches to design decisions. The book covers fundamentals like minimizing usability risks, ensuring accessibility, and using common design patterns.

Starlink, The Game-Changer for Remote Location Offices

Starlink, The Game-Changer for Remote Location Offices

Starlink, the satellite internet service from SpaceX, is changing the game for remote location offices. In this blog post, we will explore how implementing Starlink in a remote location office enabled us to deploy other software solutions in that location.

Leveraging Existing Mental Models to Improve UX

Leveraging Existing Mental Models to Improve UX

Leveraging users' pre-existing knowledge and experiences from other interfaces to reduce the learning curve and enhance their overall engagement and satisfaction.

The Design Of Everyday Things - Summary

The Design Of Everyday Things - Summary

This book discusses the importance of human-centered design and usability over complexity in product design. In it, Don Norman points out that many everyday usability issues arise from poorly designed products that ignore user needs and cognitive psychology principles.