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■ UX/UI Design

■ Features

14+ Senior Product Designer.

Ksenia Titova . CV →

Journey Map

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CREATIVE process

ISO.Standart UX/UI

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THAT PROVIDES A FULL RANGE

SAS, Services

USER Experience

Product

■ Main task of the project is to create a digital product with its own full-fledged cycle

I'm proud that every mine work can be submitted to the competition

My awards

1RD PLACE
Rating BAYNET'2020

Best service at «The Intercity» Travel agency

2RD PLACE
Rating BAYNET'2019

"BEST ONLINE STORE" at AutoHolding ATLANT-M

3RD PLACE
Rating BAYNET'2019

"Corporate Site"at AutoHolding ATLANT-M

2RD PLACE
Rating BAYNET'2019

«BestLanding» Design Landing for Modern-City

1RD PLACE TIBO'2010

Design «The Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre»

3RD PLACE TIBO'2010

Visual design: «DetyDetey» Pop Group

What’s news in UX/UI principles 

■  blog

MBA Business Course. Director of Digital-Marketing 2022

Knowledge: Revenue, AOV — Average Order Value, LCV — Lifetime Customer Value, Conversion , Bounces on the purchase page, DRR, SocialMedia, Email analytics, CTR, CTA, CAC, Keywords that drive traffic, ROI/ROMI.

UX Book - Process and guidelines for ensuring a quality user experience

A beautiful customer journey tool made for modern journeys I know how important it is to create a shared understanding of the customer. I Use TheyDo to visualize customer journeys and see how the pieces of your work fit together.
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International Standard ISO9241210 Part 210: Human-centred design for interactive systems

Human-centred design for interactive systems your idea, your users and a successful product launch. ideation user research user requirements User Stories, UI Design conception, UI management.
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The basic of User Experience Design by interaction design foundation

One of you I know the daily challenges as a UXer in corporations only too well. UX Strategy & "Politics" UX process in the team No time & budget for proper research

Don't Make Me Think

I know how to turn the most complex development team into partners UX in Scrum, Global UX management, Proactive & communicative. When asked for your advice on a situation, you can just say 'I don't know, let me think more and get back to you.

UX/UI Product Design

■ concepts

Product:User Experience, Business analytics, Journey map, Features, Innovations

How complex can a login page be? — The login page design of an enterprise product + -

As a UX designer, or a UX designer to-be, do you remember the first time you design a login flow? Shorten the required steps is usually regarded as the “guidance” of a design, but why are still many login processes are like the pain in the neck? I recalled my first time designing a login page as a UX practice, it was such a “comfortable” experience. I put two input boxes at the centre of the frame and a submit button below. Even the “forget password” handling flow seems so natural. A year after, my thought of the login page changes when I got my first Login task at work: a login page for an enterprise cybersecurity product Like all enterprise product designs, the design focus is not only to create the experience of the provided feature itself, but also to fit into the customer’s ecosystem, and most importantly, to solve the security concerns. Usability is still one of the top priorities from the UX design perspective, but we might need a bit trade-off to meet the requirement of the solution ...

Fit into the ecosystem + -

Have you thought about, why in some login page, the account and password input boxes are on the same page, but in other platforms are separated into two steps? When we sign up for a product, we create an identity on it that we can regard as a “local account.” However, most enterprises have used Identity and Access Management (IAM), which allows them to manage their assets and employers’ identity from accessing multiple products or services. With IAM integration, a user does not need to sign up for all the products for access, it is possible to sign in with the same account. That is, the user using their IAM account will be redirected to Single Sign-On (SSO) page to complete the login process.

The main purpose of a login page is to identify whether an account is valid to access. Imagine the local accounts and IAM accounts are stored in two separated tables, each table maps the account with the password and its access permission. How does the system know which table to check? This leads to the complex login process of an enterprise product.

A couple of user flows are commonly seen in the enterprise login page design.

User-self declaration & System verification + -

Some of the login pages require the user to select the account type before inputting the account. The system then can map to the corresponded table for the identity information. However, the experience strongly relies on the user’s knowledge. A user may not be fully aware of their account type while signing into a console, a knowledge-based mistake then happens. The instruction and the error handling, in this case, is crucial to direct the user to the right attempt. ... Another common login design is to verify the account type by the system. When a user inputs their account, the system will verify if the account is an account from the integrated third-party IAM. This avoids the user’s mistake from selecting the incorrect account type, as long as they input the account correctly.

Human error: an important ingredient in great designs + -

Let’s go over the types of errors we make, what causes them, what are the strategies for correcting errors and last but not least how to design for errors.

Disclaimer: the term system is used loosely to describe digital products, flows, actual systems, etc.

 

UX/UI Cases

SAS & Services: Name
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UX/UI Cases

Fit into the ecosystem + -

Have you thought about, why in some login page, the account and password input boxes are on the same page, but in other platforms are separated into two steps? When we sign up for a product, we create an identity on it that we can regard as a “local account.” However, most enterprises have used Identity and Access Management (IAM), which allows them to manage their assets and employers’ identity from accessing multiple products or services. With IAM integration, a user does not need to sign up for all the products for access, it is possible to sign in with the same account. That is, the user using their IAM account will be redirected to Single Sign-On (SSO) page to complete the login process.

The main purpose of a login page is to identify whether an account is valid to access. Imagine the local accounts and IAM accounts are stored in two separated tables, each table maps the account with the password and its access permission. How does the system know which table to check? This leads to the complex login process of an enterprise product.

A couple of user flows are commonly seen in the enterprise login page design.

User-self declaration & System verification + -

Some of the login pages require the user to select the account type before inputting the account. The system then can map to the corresponded table for the identity information. However, the experience strongly relies on the user’s knowledge. A user may not be fully aware of their account type while signing into a console, a knowledge-based mistake then happens. The instruction and the error handling, in this case, is crucial to direct the user to the right attempt. ... Another common login design is to verify the account type by the system. When a user inputs their account, the system will verify if the account is an account from the integrated third-party IAM. This avoids the user’s mistake from selecting the incorrect account type, as long as they input the account correctly.

Human error: an important ingredient in great designs + -

Let’s go over the types of errors we make, what causes them, what are the strategies for correcting errors and last but not least how to design for errors.

Disclaimer: the term system is used loosely to describe digital products, flows, actual systems, etc.

 

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UX/UI Cases

■ Fulfilment concept

SAS & Services: User friendly Interface the first. Features, Innovations – LevelUP User Experience

■ Travel agency

■ Autohouse

■ Technics Plant

■ Corporate

■ Cinema center 

■ Money Transfer

■ e-commerce

■ CleverHouse Showroom

■ Catalog

AlfaClub

■ BusinesClub

GiornoNotte

■ Manufacturer

■ SAS

■ Healthy Department

■ SAS

■ SAS

■ SAS

Daily routine

■ concepts

Mast have design: Any design have roles, separated for types

Logo, Trade Mark, +Brand book

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Design Guide, Ui.Kit

Design product motion with ui kit containing components, baseline UIs, navitransitions.

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Vector for web

Design an illustrations are an example or a biggest story which is used to make a point clear.

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