Don’t put the cart before the horse when you design things. The sooner you show your prototype to the actual users and get the feedback, the easier it will be to look at the design from the user’s point of view. Let’s go behind the scenes of the design process and discover what user-centered design really means.
All day long, we interact with each other and with machines. And those microinteractions affect the rest of our day and how we perceive brands and experiences. Think of UX microinteractions as emotional connections. They are everywhere: in the devices we carry, the appliances in our house, and in the apps on our phones and desktops.