This blog will provide time-tested tips and tricks through which OTT businesses can nail their user experience and the competition in the market. However, let’s start the blog with the basics, i.e., by understanding the size and scope of the OTT sector.
Here is the story concluding all my learnings from the google UX Design specialization course.
Why should your colleagues, clients, and managers care about what you do? What is the value of experience design for your business? These are the questions you need to answer.
Nowadays you don’t need a design degree or have any previous experience in design to become a UI/UX designer. I am a self-taught UI/UX designer with no design background.
It seems like every few years, some revolutionary new feature gets a lot of attention. And while I find it interesting, I’m usually not an early adopter.
Many people incorrectly use CX and UX interchangeably, but these describe different levels of user/customer interactions. We explore CX vs. UX, how these differ/intersect, and the metrics teams use to measure and optimize performance.
The common story line starts with them having already searched for a job for months; some half a year, some more than a year. Some of these people I do feel empathy for, as they are pretty decent designers caught in the eye of the hiring shitstorm. A lot of people though, I really wish they would just quit.
Yet, eye-sore fashion isn’t the only thing that’s a disgrace to good design. Ill-thought-out and lacklustre websites are too. If you can believe it, the world’s worst website ever exists. There’s a lot about the website that will bother you. After all, it was built to do as much, and we come across many bad website examples on the daily.
What happens during the first experience can make or break any app. To ensure users don’t delete your app after the first try, you must successfully onboard and engage them during the first interactions.