An Interview with Jin Kang, VP, Experience Design at OCBC Bank A few years ago, I read a tweet of Jin Kang’s that changed my life. My working life, that is. She tweeted about bank sites and apps needing to be beautiful. Until just a few years ago, we didn’t hear too much talk about banks building beautiful websites or mobile apps.
The nature of software, app, cross-channel experiences and web-development has been subjected to constant shifts and evolutions with time. Because of these shifts, the market has become increasingly global. With this globalization, the reliance on in-person usability testing and user research has become a heavy financial burden for businesses. Flights, hotel bookings, and time, are
2016 is a new era for startups, entrepreneurship and, in turn, UX – no doubt about it. A myriad of products are making their way into the market for a wide variety of customer needs. Financial technology, for example, is disrupting the market. In fact, experts are already identifying Fintech as revolutionary, changing the way
A while ago, I began a discussion thread on LinkedIn, asking one simple questions: “If you could give a fellow UX designer one UX tip, in one sentence, what would it be?” Share the love, right? Well, the love was certainly shared. I was pleasantly surprised to see the active engagement in the discussion. Yet,
Interaction design for any application is becoming quite complicated with time. It was only a simple task just recently, with only Visio being used to describe statistic screen, websites, desktop programs, and even a number of mobile applications. You would find the product manager writing a very long document showing the products as well as
With more companies developing new types of software and solutions for the web, user interface complexity is bound to burst some user bubbles. It’s now a basic goal of any web application to make sure that the interface is clear enough for their users to be 100% satisfied and converting.