Think you can skip software design? Think again. Development teams know that talking to designers before writing code reduces wasted effort and boosts ROI. Review these UX terms, speak the same language as your design team, and build software that your users actually want to use.
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The release of iOS 11 gave developers better tools to create more powerful applications with streamlined experiences. From UIViewPropertyAnimator to natural language processing, Apple continues to demonstrate its commitment to excellent user experiences in its operating system.
Is software the silver bullet for fractured patient experiences? Not without the help of UX designers. When done right, technology can enhance the doctor-patient relationship. But digital health without great UX is like a staircase with uneven steps: disconcerting, unintuitive, and leaves users unhappy.
What happens to product teams that lack a knowledge of UI and UX terms? Miscommunications during discovery sessions could arise — a real liability since design is essential to shaping quality code and smooth user experiences. Speaking your team’s language is a sure-fire way to deliver a quality product from day one.
A thumbs up from the FDA seems like the gold standard for businesses pursuing medical software development. But does FDA approval apply to all digital health products? It depends. Yet it’s so easy to miscalculate Agency purview that many misguided businesses slow down project progress and waste money in doing so.
Competitive markets put new demands on the ways business leaders need to derive meaning from growing pools of data. When it comes to visualizing business intelligence and analytics, data plug and chug won’t cut it. What will? True business intelligence demands an informed data collection strategy.
How do you reach broader audiences and still offer customized experiences in a mobile app? For businesses, the answer lies in combining the Xamarin platform with MvvmCross. Maximizing code reuse to control budget doesn’t have to mean compromising on delivering better UX to users.