A proponent of user-centered design thinking, Miklos has 16+ years of experience as a principal UX/UI designer in a variety of industries working in both agency and corporate environments. As a "full-stack" user experience designer, he effectively mediates between user needs, business objectives, and technical feasibility. Miklos doesn't follow design trends but focuses on creating the best user experience possible.
Regardless of the environment or size of a project, UX professionals need a variety of deliverables to help facilitate design communication with various stakeholders and teams, document work and provide artifacts for meetings and ideation sessions. Here are 10 of the most common UX deliverables.
7 Tips for Shooting the Perfect Kickstarter Video (Publication)
Often, designers make the mistake of designing apps for their own vanity, focusing on the veneer instead of designing a great user experience. As Steve Jobs once said, "Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like."
In this article, Toptal UX Designer ￼Miklos Philips discusses Jobs's point of view and clarifies the importance of designing for people.
Design for Emotion to Increase User Engagement (Publication)
Anticipatory design is the UX technique of simplifying processes and responding to user needs one step before they actually express those needs, simplifying user decisions and leading to magical experiences.
Bachelor’s degree in Visual Design
Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design - Budapest, Hungary