Šis straipsnis nėra tiesiog dar viena nuomonė apie dabartinę situaciją ar mano patarimai, ką veikti per karantiną, tačiau turiu prisipažinti COVID-19 yra viena iš pagrindinių priežasčių, kodėl aš pradėjau šitą projektą.
Kai Kovo 11-tą Pasaulio sveikatos organizacija (PSO) paskelbė pasaulinę naujojo koronaviruso (COVID-19) pandemiją, aš netrukus gavau pakvietimą dalyvauti Dream Projects vartotojų patyrimo dizaino (User experience design) konkurse. Konkurso aprašymas buvo labai paprastas ir atviras — sukurti sprendimą vienai iš problemų, su kuriomis dabar kovoja visas pasaulis.
Aš tikiu, kad atradau sprendimą, kuris praturtina mūsų savijautą, taip pat mūsų gebėjimą bendradarbiauti. …
This article isn’t another opinion about the current situation, or indeed, yet more advice on what to do whilst in quarantine. However, COVID-19 was one of the main reasons I started this project.
When the World Health Organisation declared a global pandemic on March 11th 2020, I received an invitation to enter the Dream Projects UX design competition, with an open brief asking for a solution to ‘problems the world now faces’.
I believe I found a solution which improves our well-being, as well as our ability to collaborate. This article outlines how. …
Recently, I learned how to Run. How is that possible you would say, I learn how to run when I was 1 year old?
Since then, I was running because my sports teacher at school was very pushy, I was running because every Londoner does run to the next train even if they have extra 5 minutes to wait, I was running at the gym because I heard it is a good cardio. But I have never enjoyed it or as I admit now I didn’t know how to Run. …
My first design process experience when I and my colleague Egle explored different ways to develop a new product and establish distinguished clothing brand.
Back in 2016, we have noticed that Lithuanian consumers were exhausted form all the new design brands which were founded and disappearing every week. They were prompted to consume more and more in the way to support Lithuanian design development.
After talking with some consumers and well-established brand owners, I and my colleague Egle noticed an opportunity to challenge the market.
We set a goal to collaborate with local businesses and create more innovative, better quality…
Recently I was learning how we, UX designers can make technologies easier to use for everyone and that was how I was explaining for people not from the industry what I do. I can confess now that I did not understand what opportunities and responsibilities this role is holding for me until I participated in GA Hackathon for A11y. It was 4-hour sprint with a goal to improve the physical shopping experience for people with particular disabilities.
First of all, I want to thank Tom Woodel and his team for organising this event, and my team for this great work…
For weeks 9 and 10 of the course at General Assembly, we were grouped into teams and given a brief with a goal to create a new website and find opportunities to improve the business. After successful design sprint the client offered us to work further. In a group of four we had an opportunity to finish the redesign of both client’s websites and build responsive web design for multiple devices.
There were no pre-defined roles in this project…
Within busy information traffic in our everyday life more and more art lovers experience not as enjoyable art as it used to be. It is getting more complicated to find out about good exhibition and visit before it ends or been sold out.
People tend to miss them or end up going to the same places they know there is going to be something anyway. Omit the experience they used to enjoy and get inspired by becomes decent and forgettable.
What if we could access art and enjoy it given mind escapes from busy lives more often and without any…
For weeks 5 and 6 of the course, we were grouped into teams and given a brief with the goal of designing a microsite or custom application to improve the user experience of a product/services.
Our team was collaboratively working together though the whole process, however, some of my responsibilities included:
As nowadays every business becoming digital even local shops need new ways to engage with their users. For weeks 2 and 3 of the course, we were given a brief with the goal of designing a brand new e-commerce website for a fictional shop.
Client — a party supply shop “All That Glitters” which has been Hackney’s neighbourhood shop since 1998.
Challenge — We needed to establish a new e-commerce website with a smooth and engaging User experience while meeting business goals.
Goals of the new e-commerce website:
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