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NID Interaction Design Preparation


Anu Handa

 

 

If you are preparing for Interaction Design entrance from NID or any other college in India, the following examples will definitely be of help.

Interaction Design is usually spoken of as similar to UX UI Design.

 

A website which is difficult to use will drive away potential customers or will hinder the process of conversions.

On the other hand, visitors will trust and love to come back to sites which are easy to use.

 

The users never interacts with the inner technology or software of the device, they interact with the outer interface that helps or directs them to use the device. How intuitive or easy is the interface, defines whether the user experience is good or bad. Good user experience does not happen on its own, often there is an individual or team who has worked hard to make the experience valuable for the user and also fulfilling the purpose of the business sponsoring the product.

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While preparing for any Design Stream, more emphasis should be laid on learning from practical examples rather than theoretical ones

So, in this article we'll discuss.....

3 Interaction Design Tips to Improve Sign Up rates on Websites 

 

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1. Caps Lock alert message

Give an alert message to the user if Caps Lock is enabled.

It helps in increasing the User Experience.

 

 

 2. Activate Show Password

If users make a mistake while typing passwords, they won't be able to see what they've typed and will have to re-type all characters again.

Giving them an option to see their passwords helps to increase the user experience.

 

 

3. Autofocus in the first input

 

 

 

This may seem like a trivial issue, but plays an important role in completion rate of forms.

Autofocussing takes the effort from the user side, to move the mouse and make an extra click.

 

If you are an Interaction Design Aspirant, practical examples like above help you in entrance exam preparation.

What you need is a curious mind and keen observation.

 

Good Luck


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