The experience directly influences the user’s feelings/emotions on a product or service.
User Experience, from my angle, is self-definitive. When a human (user) interacts with something, that action generates an experience. Science informs that if you supply an action, an equal or opposite reaction will occur.
The user, meaning the humans behind these actions, by nature, will search for the easiest, most efficient way to complete a task. The more complex that process is, the less likely they will feel great about repeating that workflow. Along with that frustration, the user may begin to lose confidence in your product, even relating that to your company as a whole. When you lose confidence, you break emotional ties. Building blocks not included.
To prevent the above, we must utilize our talents, knowledge and life experiences to develop processes that live to solve problems. We rely on our self-discipline to evolve our skills beyond what tradition can teach and it’s that inner drive that can, literally, change the face of our world.
This project highlights the evolution of the Windows experience and pushing Metro UI guidelines.
Everest serves as a landmark example for the possibilities of Windows 8 applications, sparks interest in the climbing community, having a lack of quality, intuitive apps at their disposal, and pushing the limits of the Metro UI interface.
After supporting the community and buying a pro membership, I have joined the social sharing bandwagon and accepted my referral invite on Dribbble. My drafted profile will be updated as much as possible, so designers, feel free to follow my shots!
Dribbble is show and tell for designers, who share shots — small screenshots of the designs and applications they’re working on.
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers answering that question each day. Web designers, graphic designers, illustrators, icon artists, typographers, logo designers, and other creative types share small screenshots that show their work, process, and current projects.
As a firm, dedicated fan of Daft Punk, I created a modified TRON: Legacy wallpaper for personal use. Preview the large wallpaper and view additional versions. It’s also highlighted on my portfolio.