About This Course
User experience design was used by the design teams to manufacture products that were relevant, meaningful, and useful to the users. These designs made products capable of providing a user-friendly experience to the users. The UX design marks the processes from acquiring and integrating to usability, function, branding, and design.
Consider the Why, What, and How of the Product Use:
While creating a UX Design, one should consider the why, what, and how questions. The “Why” consists of the user’s inclination towards using the product. Either the user finds himself attached to the task performed by the product or to the views he holds towards the product usage. The “What” considers the tasks that can be accomplished with the product, in short, the function performed by it. The “How” addresses the design of the product. The design should be aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
The “Why “What” and “How” from the eye of a UX Designer?
UX Designers begin their intricate art of designing by considering the “why” before getting to know “what” and then finally mapping their work to the “how”. This whole process is undertaken to ensure developing products that deliver a meaningful experience to users. As an example, in software designs, you first take care of the product’s “substance”. The process sees if it is coming through an existing device and delivers a seamless, optimum experience.