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

The Strength of the Pack Is the Wolf…

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A few weeks into this Bizarro world of self-isolation and social distancing, we as a team have comfortably settled into the whole concept of remote working. Sure, as individual members we’ve had our brushes with freelancing or working from home. But this global emergency has forced us as parts of a team to disperse overnight, … Read more

Design Workshops: The IT Leadership’s Best Tool to Building a UX Culture

Here’s some food for thought – what would happen if companies took the bold step of curating the user experience of their employees with as much zeal as they did for their customers? What kind of a world would that be like? Here’s an average scenario in a telecom company. Oftentimes, their customer service agents … Read more

Enterprise UX – 3 Things Which Makes it Great

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What is a great Enterprise UX? It’s taken a while for enterprises to make the shift from being business-centric to user-centric. Thankfully, they’ve also come round to the idea that being user-centric *is* being business-centric. Its impact can be seen on the software which fuel these big businesses, which are now increasingly user-friendly, adaptive, and … Read more

What do Enterprise Software Users Really Want?

User-centered design (UCD) is an approach that prioritizes human needs, behavior, and capabilities. The experiences designed under UCD accommodate these qualities so that the resultant product gets the required job done effortlessly, rendering happiness and satisfaction to the user. Good design is based on a deep understanding of human psychology and is dependent on effective … Read more

Minimalism in Enterprise UX

Before we discuss Minimalism in Enterprise UX. Ever think of bringing the Marie Kondo aesthetic to UX design projects? Yes, the same Marie Kondo who stormed the world with her organization tutorials, urging people to adopt minimalism and let go of things that do not spark joy. Now, let’s take a moment to think what … Read more

Understanding the Goals of Patient Portals

Patient portals – those secure online websites which give patients 24/7 access to personal health information – are not gaining as much priority as they deserve, since EHR companies tend to be tight on R&D resources. As a matter of fact, few companies have effectively invested towards the cause of patient portals. As a result, … Read more