How many people can honestly say their profession improves the way society consumes information and performs daily tasks? As Interaction designers, we’re lucky enough to do this everyday. Our job is to make intuitive software and apps and efficiently relay information to the user.
It’s easy to get used to good things. A considerable amount of good apps we use on a daily basis improve our (the consumer’s) general perception of UX. Because of the convenience imposed by good UX design, we’ve started to unconsciously plan how long it would take to complete a specific task. Any wrong decision can turn the user away, because it takes a few extra seconds to find desirable functions.