Whether it’s internal software within your organisation, an app you’ve developed for Android, or even an interactive website, every piece of software that requires user interaction can benefit from user centred design.
App users are surprisingly demanding. When they click on the download button, they expect an attractive and easy to use interface, infinite updates, great customer support, full documentation, and a fast solution to whatever problem it is they are trying to solve – all of this for .99 cents or less.
Developers that focus on user centred designs tend to come up with interfaces that allow users to operate and learn more quickly. These systems are quicker to manoeuvre, simpler to understand, and less prone to errors.
People simply can’t get enough of their mobile devices these days. Most individuals check their smartphones several times a day, sometimes compulsively. We sleep with them by our night table, and then turn them on as soon as we wake up. The mobile epidemic is evident across the globe.
Fixed price contracts can be rather tricky in a Scrum environment. Classic software development and Agile software development are very different from one another, and things that work in one environment don’t necessarily work in another.