As I was looking for job after I graduated from the University, I stumbled upon this e-book on Kindle Unlimited titled UX Lifecycle: The business guide to implementing great software user experiences (English Edition)
Like most of e-book in Kindle Unlimited, this book contains less than 200 pages so I could finish it pretty quickly. And sure I was satisfied with the content of this book.
This book exposes the necessary information regarding the world of UX to the reader who wants to dive in deeper in this theme. But this book is also for me who already know one or two things about the UX but still want to sharpen the knowledge.
In this post I would discuss the lifecycle that is discussed in this book which covers three phases: discover, build and measure.
I have used Progression since I started lifting weights back in 2016. I
like the minimalist design which follows Google Material Design but somehow and sometimes navigating the application while working out causes a bit stress.
So today I would like to begin experimenting by redesigning the application itself. And due to the fact I have not had many experiences designing for iOS, I would like to use this opportunity to try redesigning the structure of the app by designing the iOS version.