UXmatters has published 9 articles on the topic Experience Trends.
Technology is undergoing a revolution, as are product user experiences and even the profession of UX design. Every year brings new advances in technology and User Experience, changing the future for the better. While it’s hard to predict the future, current UX-design trends [1, 2] show some of the directions in which we’re heading. Let’s explore some of these trends.
Motion design is emphatically not about creating bouncy, fancy animations. Motion design is all about storytelling, as Figure 1 shows. Motion guides the user to the sequence of actions necessary to perform a task. Motion drives the user experience and acknowledges the actions the user has performed by providing feedback. Read More
Last month in Part 1 of this Ask UXmatters two-part series, our experts shared some of their thoughts on what might be the next big thing in user experience. The discussion covered putting people first, customer experience and service design, UX strategy, and UX training. Now, in Part 2, members of our expert panel continue their discussion about what they think the future of user experience holds. The topics they’ll explore include integrating new technologies and user experience, the Internet of Things, the future of mobile design, motion design, designing physical environments, and considering the rhythm of life.
In my monthly column Ask UXmatters, our panel of UX experts answers our readers’ questions about a broad range of user experience matters. To get answers to your own questions about UX strategy, design, or research or any other topic of interest to UX professionals in an upcoming edition of Ask UXmatters, please send your questions to: [email protected] Read More
Web 3.0 offers many new developments and exciting possibilities. This next big step in Web design incorporates some truly revolutionary technologies. Just as Web 2.0 represented a quantum leap forward from Web 1.0, the changes that Web 3.0 is delivering will transform the Web and blow people’s minds.
In this article, I’ll discuss what’s new about Web 3.0, what new features Web 3.0 delivers, and what you need to know about them. But before we look at what all of this means for Web-site design, let’s first pause and consider what Web 3.0 is.
Web 3.0 is the next step in the evolution of the Internet. What is Web 3.0 going to deliver to us? The big concept to grasp here is decentralization—relative to the original aims of the worldwide Web’s pioneers. For the present, the Internet is somewhat centralized. It’s powered by huge centralized servers and owned by large central monoliths. But change is coming. Read More