Insights

At DVT we run regular online events that are focused on the latest technology trends within the IT industry and we invite guest speakers to share their knowledge and insights on various topics. The DVT Insights Events aim to enlighten you, educate you and often, provide a new view on a burning issue within the technology space.

Imagine a world where tedious design tasks melt away, replaced by a digital assistant whispering possibilities. Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly painting this future, offering designers a vibrant new palette to boost efficiency and ignite fresh perspectives.

Five tips to master being a UX/UI Designer

Published in UI Design
Monday, 20 February 2023 14:01
Use these tips for mastering UX/ UI design to appeal to your target audience and make your products more user-friendly, intuitive, and accessible.

UX Design’s Love languages explained

Published in UX Design
Friday, 26 November 2021 11:05
If there’s one thing that is consistent in UX design it’s the creation of products that provide meaningful and relevant experiences to users.

UX/UI Design Tips: How to design for the frenzied user

Published in UX Design
Tuesday, 09 November 2021 15:55
The way that we understand consumer behaviour has dramatically improved in recent years. We have gone from creating digital products based on numbers and assumptions to genuinely listening to people’s needs through qualitative research methods in the development process.

10 Things I’ve Learnt as a New UX Designer

Published in UX Design
Tuesday, 12 October 2021 12:47
I entered the world of UX/UI design in my 30’s. Here are 10 things I’ve learnt as a New UX Designer after working in the UX field for 6 months.

The psychology in UX Design - Mental Models

Published in UX Design
Friday, 08 October 2021 16:12
My first discovery of mental models was when I did a short course in Cognitive Psychology. Upon completing my studies, I realised how useful it is to familiarise myself with this concept and learn how to make interactions better without removing or changing the user’s expectations.
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