The UI dev session has become a tried and tested tool in our projects. In this blog post, I report on our experiences with it – away from theory, towards practice.
This article shows how you can solve UI errors quickly and efficiently in a UI Dev session while promoting the collaboration in the team.
Microsoft is expected to release a new, unified UI platform for all systems in November 2021 under the resounding name MAUI, or in full “.NET Multi-Platform App UI”. In this article, we will look at the features of the tool known so far.
The focus of this blog article is the integration of User Cantered Design (UCD) into our software development process. A highlight is put on the tools and methods used to tailor the software to the actual user’s needs.
In the field of agile, distributed software development, and in a B2B context in particular, the client often is the only contact for the software developer. In that case personas can help and compensate for the lack of contact.
Using the example of the style guide this blog post shows how its continuous development can improve the collaboration of designer and developer: Are living style guides the future of UI design?