Bringing together users and technology in theory should be a happy union. In an ideal world users should be able to achieve what they want to do in a digital setting. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
In this article we delve into this topic and explore:
- The role of the designer and their responsibility in creating a digital interface
- Demonstrate why ‘ease of use’ must always be prioritised from both a user and commercial point of view
- Why we must always remember who we are designing for