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UI UX Design Principle | Cognitive Science: Data Chunking

‘Chunking’ means breaking up content into small, distinct units of information , instead of presenting whole and undifferentiated information items. Presenting content in chunks makes scanning easier for users and can improve their ability to comprehend and remember it. You can learn more about Data chunking in this video how this is influence your brain and memory.

UX Design Validation : AB / Split design Testing

AB Testing Comparing two different versions of a designs with different user group and see which version performs the best. AB testing can be done with any product, it can be Initial prototype design, live ecommerce website or any physical products. Create hypothesis what you want to test with users and validate which performs best …

Usability Design Principle: Overload Data Increase Cognitive Load

The overloaded and very crowded data user interface, impact user performance and brain process, challenges to memorize data. People struggle to process data, overloaded data competes for the process of the brain, it increases friction and cognitive load. Finally, it impacts efficiency, learnability, slows down to achieve our goal. •Crowed free and feasible environment makes …

Agile Scrum – A brief guide

Agile Scrum: Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland how described in Scrum Guide as follows Scrum: A framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value. Lightweight, Simple to understand and Difficult to master Scrum has been used to develop software, hardware, embedded software, networks …

Video Lesson: User Centered Design(UCD)

UCD is explicit understanding of the users, tasks and environment in which product being used When we start create something, first we need think who is going use, what they need and expect Empathy user  for user insights, this can be done by various research mythologies . Majorly categorized as qualitative and Quantitative research, qualitative …

James Gibson, Don Norman: Affordance a usability principle which makes more turn around

What is affordance ?Affordances are properties of objects, elements which shows actions for users who interact to complete actions. Affordances are defined what actions possible to take without additional instructions. Psychologist James Gibson coined “affordance” in 1977, stated as All Action possibilities with an object based on users’ physical capabilities“When affordances are taken advantage of, …

User Centric Design Approach (UCD)

In Technology era, we see and use millions of digital and physical products which offers various features and facilities which influence people life. When we look interaction of user and products , the interaction takes place very important role which brings user satisfaction and delightful user experience. User Centered Design Product owners and designer should …