Nailing the ‘Wow’ Moment in Enterprise Products

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Imagine you’ve gone to dine at an upscale Parisian restaurant. The vibe inside is awash with enough French disdain to intimidate the best of us. You’re seated and then handed a menu in chaste French. Enter, the charming serveur. He treats you with genuine courtesy, he overlooks your horrific pronunciation of “bouillabaisse”, and gently proffers … Read more

10 Lessons Learned From 10 Years of Leading a UX Design Company

It’s been 10 years to the day when I started Koru UX Design with all of 3 members. We began with harboring the ambition of shifting the focus of software design from the business to the users. I’m immensely proud that in the years to follow, we did well on our will to prove that … Read more

Nailing the ‘Wow’ Moment in Enterprise Products

Nailing the ‘Wow’ Moment in Enterprise Products

Imagine you’ve gone to dine at an upscale Parisian restaurant. The vibe inside is awash with enough French disdain to intimidate the best of us. You’re seated and then handed a menu in chaste French. Enter, the charming serveur. He treats you with genuine courtesy, he overlooks your horrific pronunciation of “bouillabaisse”, and gently proffers … Read more

The Ultimate Guide for UX Designers to Thrive in Agile Development

It’s incremental. It’s flexible. It takes customer feedback into account at every stage. For a minute there, you’d think of these to be attributes of the design process. But no, it’s the agile development methodology that is being described here. Agile development has quite a few things in common with the UX design process, in … Read more

Why Only Functional Systems Are No Longer Enough

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Needs and wants. Aren’t these the driving force behind most human actions? American psychologist, Abraham Maslow published a research paper titled “A Theory of Human Motivation” way back in 1943. The contents of that paper covered his interpretation of human needs and their hierarchy from the most basic to the most complex. Maslow’s observations have … Read more

8 Myths about the MVP Process Debunked for Product Owners

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MVP, or Minimum Viable Product, is an often-used terminology that finds its origins in the Lean and Agile development process. It has now become common in software development parlance. Although the concept was coined by Frank Robinson, MVP became more mainstream after Eric Ries described it in his book The Lean Startup, “ A key … Read more

Top 6 Ideas on Getting the Right UX for Enterprise Mobile Apps

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For enterprise product owners, going mobile brings with it a unique set of challenges. That could be a major reason why some enterprises are hesitant in adopting a mobile strategy for their applications. The complex, functionally-heavy nature of enterprise applications makes it difficult to convert it to wholesome mobile user experience. Probably why discussions on … Read more

Dealing with Teams That Do Not Believe in Minimum Viable Product

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The path of innovation is a complex one to tread on. Especially in an environment where conformity is usually the norm. So, when you have to convince a bunch of skeptical stakeholders of a radical concept such as a minimum viable product, things can get a whole lot slippery. We’re sold on the idea of … Read more

Minimum Viable Product: Your Guide to Knowing All About MVPs

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The term ‘Minimum Viable Product’, or MVP was first coined by product development expert, Frank Robinson, who defined it to be a product with a set of core features that allows it to be used in a way it’s meant to be, and nothing more. In other words, an MVP is “The smallest thing that … Read more