Tag Archives: android

Exposing UI/UX Problem in Instagram for Android

Today I was about to delete my anonymous Instagram profile, I have not touched the Setting since forever, When I was there, it’s kinda like a nightmare.

  1. I can’t delete my profile directly from the application
  2. I don’t even know which elements from the Setting are clickable (someone please help me find the right word for this situation!)

The first problem is actually not a new problem. I knew it before that you can’t delete your profile from the app. You need to go to their mobile site and delete it from there. I happened to forget and needed to google first. And when I found out I was like, “oh yeah, It’s always been like this, right?” Maybe it’s the decision from the business unit so they can keep the number of instagram users enormous. Most users probably were like “Yeah whatever, I’ll just leave it there.” Continue reading Exposing UI/UX Problem in Instagram for Android

Progression Fitness Tracker for iOS – Exercise Screen

Hey all, I’m sorry for the long break. I tried to catch up with this mini-project, work, and of course Game of Thrones & Orphan Black. Gladly everything is now under control.

If you have missed the last two post about this redesign mini-project. Make sure you check the information architecture and the first screen off of this application.

Today I would like to present you the next screen: Exercise Screen!  Continue reading Progression Fitness Tracker for iOS – Exercise Screen

Restructuring Information Architecture of Progression Fitness Tracker

This post is also a part of the Progression iOS mini project. In this opportunity I would like to give you all a look at the simplified information architecture of Progression application.

There are no big flaws in the architecture itself, but it still needs to be improved for better usability. One problem I have while navigating is whenever I want to add new exercise to my current schedule. At the first start it’s very confusing, but after weeks of using the apps I’m used to the flaw in the structure.  Continue reading Restructuring Information Architecture of Progression Fitness Tracker