UX
Weronika Dyląg

UX Design. Creating Ideas – techniques

When we think about creating or inventing something new, our associations most often drift towards wild creators, whose methods resemble more Pollock's work on canvas than the meticulousness of a scientist. However, when we add a business context, we will likely think of a more structured form of creative thinking – brainstorming. Although popular, it is neither the only nor the most effective way to achieve a specific goal or task, especially in ​​design.

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UX
Weronika Dyląg

UI Design. Atomic Design & business

Projektowanie interfejsu użytkownika (UI Design) to znacznie więcej niż tylko estetyka i „ładne kolorki”. To kluczowy element tworzenia produktów cyfrowych, wpływający bezpośrednio na sposób, w jaki użytkownicy wchodzą w interakcję z aplikacjami i narzędziami. Dla biznesu, niezależnie od branży, przywiązywanie wagi do projektowania UI swoich aplikacji i narzędzi ma bezpośredni wpływ na wyniki finansowe.

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UX
Weronika Dyląg

UX Design. Who's heard? Why anyone needs it?

Awareness of the usefulness of User Experience Design (UX) is steadily growing. More and more people are realizing that UX and its various areas (such as UX Writing, which we discussed ), to nie tylko „kwestia mody” lecz świadome i odpowiedzialne budowanie produktów, stron i… strategicznej przewagi.

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UX
Weronika Dyląg

UX writing for insurance

For the Finns, 'Kalevala' is what 'Pan Tadeusz' is for the Poles – a national epic. Written in the 19th century by a tailor, doctor, and linguist – Elias Lönnrot – it constitutes a collection of folk songs and legends from the regions of Finland, Estonia, and Karelia. Its language, narrative, and characters were an inspiration, among others, for Tolkien. Have any of you read 'Kalevala'? And has anyone read it in the original language?
And what does this have to do with insurance?

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