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You have an idea for a product. Excitement is going through the roof, you have all the ideas in your head, and you’re ready to start assembling the team. The business plan is flawless, all features are well described, and you even know the approximate date of releasing the product. But wait… aren’t you missing something? Are you sure that your potential clients will love your product? Is your solution going to fulfill their real needs just as you’ve imagined? Are you positive that it will be useful? If you don’t show your product to your potential clients, you can’t be 100 percent sure you will succeed. That’s why you should validate your idea by creating a prototype of your solution. In this way you can make necessary changes before spending money on developing a product that simply won’t work the way you’ve imagined.
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If you want to build a product, you can’t do it by yourself. You need a hard-working and fully devoted team. Unfortunately, sometimes there are tensions and misunderstandings between members. It’s important to know how to deal with them and help people with their workflow. I will look closer at the relationship between UX designers and developers. What can we do to improve this cooperation, how can we build understanding, and what are the profits for business and product?
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With the increasing popularity of User Experience as an essential part of the design process, many people are trying to learn how to create great User Experience and become UX specialists. Additionally, many organizations try to make it in the education business, and sell knowledge in this area. You should look carefully at the educational offer and choose only those courses that will provide maximum value. It's not only the matter of the time spent and the quality of knowledge, but also the money invested.
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Some time ago I talked with my colleague Mateusz Jankowski, who is a Senior UI designer. I was telling him that I’m going to write a post about the truth of working as UI designer. The deeper you dig, the darker it gets, but maybe there’s one specific term that describes your daily duties? - I asked. His answer made me cry with laughter - sure, it’s like a visual OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). Well, it’s hard to disagree. But it’s just the tip of an iceberg.
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Have you ever wished for a time or life-saving function of your choice existing in Sketch? Well, the good news is you are not the only one, and your desired feature probably already exists as a plugin.
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There are a lot of amazing design tools on the market. It’s important to make the right choice and match the tool with the task you want to accomplish to make your client happy. There is much to consider, from the process of prototyping software to choosing the best UX tools for your team.  This article will give you a comprehensive overview of the best UX design tools currently available. Check out what these UX design agencies have to offer. Enjoy!
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It has been a while since my last post on must-have UX practices for fintech. I enjoyed the feedback I got, and I’m sorry I have kept you waiting. But there is a reason. For some time, I have been solving UX challenges for one of the biggest banks in Europe and a groundbreaking investment platform that enables individuals and their advisors to invest in top-tier private equity funds.
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The ICO industry continues to attract a lot of attention. In 2017 only, blockchain companies raised close to $4 billion. More companies are deciding to fund their business ideas using ICO tokens, and Herdius is one of them. The Berlin-based startup has chosen to raise capital through an ICO as a promising alternative to traditional venture capital funding. They needed to find a way to attract and convince investors to their idea.
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Several years of UX experience - in core-banking in a global bank and the fintech industry in both London and Poland - led me to create this list. The entries below are absolute must-haves when it comes to fintech products.
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When developing a product, startup founders and product owners have to face many decisions about its shape. How to evaluate which of them are good and which can bear a detrimental impact on the product's performance? One of the methods of doing this is a UX review, during which the product undergoes a comprehensive analysis of user experience and business goals. Take a look at how the UX review helped one of our clients, whym, decide on which direction they should take.
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