Visual Language Updates - UX Studys

Reading, designing and exploring the art of communication. Sometimes it is nice to be in Adobe Ilustrator


Onboarding for Open Banking / Open Finance

OpenBanking onboarding flow refers to the process of signing up or enrolling for OpenBanking services. Here is a general overview of the OpenBanking onboarding flow:

  1. Initial Registration: Users start by visiting the OpenBanking platform or app and registering for an account. This typically involves providing personal information such as name, email, and phone number.

  2. Consent and Authorization: Once registered, the user is required to provide consent for the OpenBanking app or platform to access their financial data. This requires authorizing the OpenBanking platform to connect to their bank account, which is done via an API.

  3. Account Verification: The OpenBanking platform verifies the user's identity and bank account information to ensure that the user is the rightful owner of the account.

  4. Set-Up: Once verified, the user can begin to set up their account and customize the features that they want to use. This includes selecting the specific financial data they want to share with the OpenBanking platform.

  5. Dashboard and Features: After the initial set-up is complete, users are presented with a dashboard that displays all their financial information in one place. They can then use various features such as budgeting, transaction categorization, and data analysis to better manage their finances.

  6. Ongoing Authorization: The OpenBanking app or platform will continue to require ongoing authorization from the user to access their financial data. This ensures that the user maintains control over their data and can revoke access at any time.

Overall, the OpenBanking onboarding flow is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly, while also ensuring the security and privacy of user data.

If it Bugs you that's Ok
Real-time information is priceless. When one of our clients requested a real-time bugger be included in our scripts tool, we took an extra step in the UX process to truly understand the user's needs. With such a dynamic page, the team needed to consider a design solution that could coexist without being too overwhelming.

The intent of the user and or the action taken is relied on for the experience.

If we take a more focused look at the component, we'll find that the display, which defines the user experience, is within the dropdown tool. Novel yet powerful, the front-end and design team are very proud of this little guy. And so am I.

Don't Be Blue - Just Do it
When the Tiffany company partnered with Nike to release a limited edition pair of shoes, it was crucial for both the customer and client to collect and maintain an enormous amount of sensitive information ...
Every Coffee Has a Cup has a Login.
As simple as some things are made by UXers, there are still hurdles to overcome. Forgetfulness is a shared human experience that cannot be overlooked. Sometimes seen as 'forgot password,' the steps that follow are treaded lightly due to the fear of being locked out.

The following support screen was designed for scaling and emphasizes the need for simplicity in design patterns, given that multiple Fortune 50 enterprises are engaging with the product and there is a need to meet global brand and language requirements. ...

I'll take a grande whole milk mocha please. Thanks.
(JIT)Just In Time Provisioning (User Management UX)
Single Sign-On (SSO) and Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) are critical tools for securing access to sensitive information. While these mechanisms can feel invasive, they are necessary to ensure governance and data security. In order to provide a seamless experience to users while still maintaining the necessary level of security, it may be worthwhile to consider a "Just in Time" solution that allows for self-registration at scale. If users are willing to consent to basic information, then the registration process should feel effortless and seamless. It is essential to determine which information users are comfortable sharing safely without exerting much effort. To implement this solution effectively, a thorough analysis of the existing user experience and user journey is necessary. The registration flow should be designed with the user in mind, ensuring that it is intuitive and straightforward. The process must also be integrated with existing security measures to ensure that data is kept secure. By doing so, organizations can achieve a balance between security and convenience, making it easier for users to access the information they need without compromising data security. ...
In a trusted relationship between devices, the need for interaction and device registration may be unnecessary. However, system logs will show that tokens have been shared between trusted devices. Users simply confirm their relationship, and the registration process is avoided altogether. The question "Do you trust this app?" should not have to be asked in such scenarios. The work presented here reflects the Just-in-Time (JIT) provision for user management at scale. To achieve this, the process of device registration and management must be designed to be highly intuitive and user-friendly. By leveraging trusted device relationships, the user experience can be streamlined, and friction minimized. This requires careful consideration of the user journey, as well as the integration of robust security measures to ensure that data is kept safe and secure. Overall, the JIT approach to user management is a powerful tool for organizations looking to balance security and convenience. By leveraging the trust between devices, it is possible to create a seamless and user-friendly experience that requires minimal effort on the part of the user. The end result is a highly secure system that delivers an exceptional user experience.

Building a seamless onboarding experiences using self registration and SSO for 3rd party applications
01.11.2023 Happy New YEAR
A Dialog of Errors | The UX of Input Errors
... When engaging in conversations with users, it is important to prioritize the sharing of negative information. Messages such as "Sorry, you cannot perform this action" or "Warning, an error has occurred" can leave users feeling unsatisfied. A more effective approach is to not only inform the user of the error, but also provide guidance on how to resolve the issue. This human-centric method of directing users can greatly improve their overall experience and satisfaction.
Modern UX and Design Systems - Hyperscale
... A UX (user experience) design system is a collection of design guidelines, components, and best practices that are used to create a consistent and cohesive user experience across digital products and platforms. It serves as a foundation for designing and building user interfaces, and helps to ensure that all of the products and features within an organization are aligned with the same design principles and goals.

A UX design system typically includes:
Design principles: A set of guidelines that define the overall design philosophy and goals of the organization.
  • Design language: A set of visual and interaction design guidelines that define the look and feel of the product.
  • UI components: A library of pre-designed, reusable UI elements (such as buttons, forms, and navigation) that can be used to build interfaces quickly and consistently.
  • Interaction patterns: A library of common interaction patterns (such as modals, carousels, and accordions) that can be used to guide the design of interactions and user flows.
  • Accessibility guidelines: Recommendations for making the product accessible to users with disabilities.

    A UX design system can help organizations to: Improve the consistency and cohesiveness of their digital products Reduce development and design time by using pre-designed, reusable components Improve the overall user experience by aligning products with a common set of design principles and goals Improve the accessibility of their products by following established guidelines Facilitate communication and collaboration between designers, developers, and other stakeholders Overall, a UX design system is a powerful tool for creating digital products that provide a consistent, cohesive, and accessible user experience.
    The State of UX
    Degradation of the User Experience (UX) is a common cost that we all bear. The early adoption practices of startups allowed UX to flourish, but now the industry is plagued with subpar products claiming to be UX, while in reality, they are simply repurposed User Interface (UI) designs. It is frustrating to encounter junior or self-proclaimed senior UX designers who are focused solely on the process without taking into account the bigger picture. At the end of the day, there is a business that needs to operate, customers to keep satisfied, and engineers who must build the product.
    09 | 15 | 2022
    Conversations/Forms and UX
    Conversational form UX (user experience) refers to the design and implementation of interactive forms that use natural language and conversational interactions to gather information from users. Instead of traditional form fields that require users to fill out information using a keyboard, conversational forms use a chat-like interface where the user can provide information by typing or speaking in a conversational manner. Conversational form UX aims to improve the user experience by making the process of filling out forms more natural and intuitive.

    It also allows for more flexibility in the types of information that can be gathered and can reduce the cognitive load on users by breaking down complex tasks into smaller, more manageable chunks of information. When designing a conversational form, it's important to consider the user's context, goals, and preferences. The conversational form should be designed to be easy to understand, with clear instructions and prompts, and should provide appropriate feedback and validation to guide the user through the process. Additionally, it should be accessible for users with different abilities and devices. Overall, conversational form UX can help to improve the overall user experience by making the process of filling out forms more natural, intuitive, and efficient.
    09 | 15 | 2022
    Light Diagram for Aloe Vera Plant
    I plotted out the light pattern with-in an interior space to provide the optimal grow experience. ...


    Good Design | 2004

    Somethings just work out.

    The traditional form of print making is a media the expresses itself through ink application and raw execution. It can not be replicated only produced. The following are commission works and self promotions.

    No.2 Stylus Patent USD743964S1

    The ornamental design for a touch screen stylus, as shown and described..

    Patent Link
    Nibbee Chocolate Company 2006-2010

    What a ride the food industry will give you. This is the short but sweet story of how became a chocolatier.

    Read About it


    1959 BERKELEY SE328
    ... other things i am working on.
    The Sled 1.24 3D Printable Chassis
    The Less is More RC

    FAST | STRONG | RESPONSIVE. — Turn any toy car into a RC with very little parts required. The knuckles, wheels should transfer and any generic 55/110 /130 motor should pop right in, A server and received never need more than double sided tape.

    Download Me