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The User Experience of forms (or UX forms) is the process of enhancing the user’s satisfaction by improving the usability, accessibility, and efficiency of interactions with these forms.
These days, forms are present on almost every website. We all have come across them, be it before purchasing items, signing up for subscriptions, social networking or joining a discussion forum. It’s hardly an overstatement that they’re an indispensable element for information sharing today.
As a UI & UX designer, my job is to make complex SaaS websites easier to understand by making it interactive and user-friendly. It was after I started working that I realized UX Website Design has a lot more to it. The designing & development team at our workplace is focused on enhancing visual details, which mostly include the functional elements.
User Experience Design (or UX Design) is the process of enhancing user satisfaction by improving the usability, accessibility, and efficiency of user interaction with websites.
That is what I was taught in my design school but when I started working at Inbound Mantra my opinion completely changed. As a UI & UX designer, my job is to make complex SaaS websites easier to understand by making it interactive and user-friendly. It was after I started working that I realized UX Website Design has a lot more to it. The designing & development team at our workplace is focused towards enhancing the visual details, which mostly include the functional elements.
As a designer who had previously worked on very few web design projects, it was heartening that one of my first projects was on HubSpot CMS. Why? Because Hubspot built its Content Management System (CMS) to be flexible enough to work for both web designers and marketers.
As a designer, I am constantly trying to find new ways to improve my skills. So one day I just thought about what should I be doing to enhance my website designing skills for corporate business. I was completely confused, and then I chanced upon the HubSpot course Growth Driven Design(GDD).
In the era of smartphones, smart TVs, and smart appliances, why do we design for websites that are static and generic? Isn’t it time that we apply smart technology to the way we design a website? Thankfully, there is a solution. Growth Driven Design is a way to make your website smarter, it gives your website the flexibility to adapt to users and deliver a more personalized experience.
Nowadays, the majority of users visit online platforms by using mobile devices like tablets and smartphones. In case you missed it, we now live in a mobile-dominant world. Google reported that 52% of search traffic and almost half of shopping traffic comes from mobile devices and according to a survey conducted by Adobe reported that about 50 percent of marketers do not have their websites optimized for mobile devices.
Today, we will be taking an in-depth look at the emerging Visual Content Marketing Statistics Study for 2017.
Have you ever realized just how popular is content marketing in today’s day and age. As marketers find more and more innovative ways to grab people’s attention, video has become a meaningful part of the Visual Content Marketing. So here we present to you a video of Top 10 Visual Content Marketing Statistics.
Bot is a piece of script written to automate tasks you would usually do on your own.
Recently my colleague James, wrote a script for sending emails with a single click through Google sheets, I call it the James Bot.
We at Inbound Mantra use GrowthBot regularly.
Through this blog, I have attempted to capture my experience with bots till date.
A brief anatomy.
“Fonts speak louder than words”.
At least that’s what a designer believes.
During a creative process at Inbound Mantra, we sit, discuss a concept and strive to communicate the same through visuals and typography.