Although we as designers can always use those dummy data via some data generator for the wireframes and mockups, having accurate test data for better contextual awareness could immensely speed the process.
As our team has grown a lot and people are working remotely, we came up with a fun way to help people recognise each other: WhOOZOU? (Who's who?)
Designers thrive on creativity and productivity; therefore, our mission is to help our members overcome new challenges and keep them engaged with the new project. Here's how we do it.
Your physical world is playing tricks with your mind.
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To make users use any online service, the service should consider the following:
Perceived Usefulness, Perceived Playfulness and Compatibility.
The practise of prioritization of features based on customer satisfaction levels & subsequent iterations of a complete “limited” set of features should form the bedrock of all Agile Software Development Processes
Hear Hear, put those downward arrow buttons away, let’s talk.
Well, that depends on your understanding of it.
Research and testing are your best shot to prevent your project from going over budget.