Hello UX friends! This issue is design-focused with a post curated by Jon Rundle on the evolution of the Eventbrite design. I’ve shared articles on key design principles for product listing information and design debt. Finally, I’ve included original content by Jon from last year where he outlines design changes he’d make to the Scotiabank iOS app home screen. Happy reading and have a great weekend!
Jon says: For me, this highlight says it all: ‘The goal of this evolution was never to draw a lot of external attention — but to do good work, address some key pain points in our design, and then keep moving forward.’
Jonathan says: This article is particularly timely as we’re moving into the design phase of product-focused project at Res. I like the research-based suggestions and how they’re aimed at improving the user’s ability to compare, scan, and evaluate all category listings.
Jonathan says: We often hear about technical debt but pay little attention to its design counterpart. This article mentions things like strong design direction and regular refactoring to help periodically unify the design.
By Jon Rundle: The home screen is the first thing a user interacts with when launching a mobile application. In this post from last year Jon highlights some changes he’d make to the Scotiabank iOS app home screen.