So glad to see you again! Have you read our two previous parts? If so, just go ahead. But if you are new here, I warmly encourage you to start from the beginning!
Hello again! If you came here to continue our journey through the history of Graphic User Interface, don’t bother and go ahead.
And if you are new here, be sure to check out the part I first (or you can be a rebel and start here, but you will lose some interesting facts!)
Today I want to invite you to the ride through the history of Graphic User Interface, how it began to be a thing, how it was changing through the years and how it all affected the way we see the digital products now.
Fasten your your blog belts and hold on, as we are going almost exactly fifty years to the past.
When the end of the year is closing in, we all like to play clairvoyants trying to predict what awaits us in the new one. Sometimes our guesses turn out to be pretty accurate, sometimes they miss the mark completely.
Although technology may be as unpredictable as Cupid’s arrow, there are specialists that can already conclude what we are going to buzz about in the next few months. Let them enlighten us then!
At this point you probably imagine a truly extraordinary picture of a magical, horned horse festing over a (Ikea) table full of surströmming, traditional fermented Baltic herring.
That is so wrong. First of all, unicorns, as the term in business world inclines, are privately-held startup companies valued at over $1 billion. And magical horses of Sweden don’t eat surströmming every day, but only on every traditional third thursday of August. Stereotypes, people!
There is no doubt about it — we live in the times of self-awareness and everything healthcare. Nowadays taking care of oneself is considered as being a responsible and rational human being, and regular medical check-up simply isn’t enough.
Today I will introduce you to some really unconventional healthcare applications, most of them less known or underrated. My selection contains six apps, mainly being really amusing and entertaining, and some with really decent ideas behind them.
Although the concept of User Experience is already well-known and respected, some still fail to understand what the UX Design even means.
Because, let’s be honest — that doesn’t sound very logical that you can design someone else’s experience. UX may be a factor that influences the overall rating of the product, but you cannot predict things like that… or can you?
Deep inside, at the very bottom of our hearts, we are all just big kids. So it was more than certain that sooner or later someone will try to sell potatoes instead of birthday cards.
What if I told you that they did, and what’s more, they still do? What if I told you that they make sweet, sweet money out of it?
An MVP is the basic form of your product that you can already put on the market and show to your customers. So it is neither the prototype nor the mockup, but also not a fully developed creation.
Now you may be wondering — what’s the point of a procedure like that, then?
I’m not here to tell you that browsing the web using a desktop computer is ending, because that would be, well, too much of a clickbait.
Yet, it is a stated fact — the Internet went mobile, and is staying there for good. According to We are social, 47% of mobile users cannot imagine a day without their device. It may sound insane, but it also sounds like something the future could bring.