Akshay Gite

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The Little Black Book of Intuitive Web Application Design

A web app that isn’t easy to use will not win many hearts.<p>But designing a user-friendly interface is no joke either.<p>What do my users want? How will …

Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design

<i>Life’s too short to build something nobody wants…</i><p>When thinking of User Experience, we often think of a simple, beautiful, and easy to use feature-set …

Product Management

Optical Adjustment

<i>Logic vs. Designers</i><p>In my early days as a designer, I relied on Photoshop or CSS to tell me whether something was right or wrong. If Photoshop …

Obvious Always Wins

It’s tempting to rely on menu controls in order to simplify mobile interface designs —especially on small screens. But hiding critical parts of an …

UI Design

Designing for Disappearing Interfaces

Considerations for 2025<p><i>by</i> <i>David McGillivray</i><p>“I will answer very simply, that the internet will disappear…<br>It will be part of your presence all the time.”<p>…

Mobile Navigation

There are some great debates and articles in the UI/UX designer world about “Should we use <i>hamburger menus</i> in our products?”.<p>If you are interested in …

UI Design

India the Fastest Growing Asia Pacific Smartphone Market in Q3: IDC

The International Data Corporation (IDC) on Wednesday announced that India was the fastest growing smartphone market in Asia Pacific with a market …

How To Opt Out Of Twitter’s New Thing That Tracks Which Apps You Install

Twitter is now keeping track of which apps you have on your phone, and sending that data back to the mothership (birds nest?)<p>Is it the worst offense in the world? Nah — they’re not exactly perusing your browsing history and sending it to your grandmother, here. But it’s still irksome, particularly …