Thanks to today’s technology, many consumers have begun to prefer shopping online to shopping in-person. In 2018, worldwide retail e-commerce sales reached $2.86 trillion, with Australians spending $21.3 billion in online shopping.
Aside from consumer demand, technology is playing a pivotal role in reshaping the e-commerce landscape. According to recent studies, in 2015, less
Think using Agile development is a surefire way to ensure project success? It’s not that simple. Agile is the software development design methodology that allows developers to do work in small increments (Sprints), and produce client deliverable in a way that allows the project to continue and evolve through an ongoing feedback loop.
There’s a reason why we’ve been covering user experience (UX) so much recently. There’s simply no escaping UX design in today’s world. Intentional or not, someone is there to make decisions about an interaction that’s now as common and important as human to human interaction — the one between human and product.
With real passion for user experience and many years working in this area, we’re delighted to welcome Ben to the 4mation team. Get to know Ben, learn more about what inspires him, and find out about what brought him to 4mation.
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In recent years, the concept of building applications with a focus on user-centred design has evolved considerably to become the underlying force that drives product development. Today, it forms the foundation of mobile apps, web apps, responsive websites, and more.
However, this ubiquitous phrase predates the first iPhone by decades. The term “user-centred design”
Chances are, most professionals will be familiar with the term UX, or user experience. The concept is widespread and with good reason — every dollar invested in UX brings $100 in return. Now those are results that most businesses should be looking to enjoy.
UX has been around since Apple coined the term in
In the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the lines separating the physical and virtual worlds have become increasingly blurry. Today, new digital business models have transformed enterprise designs, markets, organisations, and industries.
Our immediate digital future will be dominated by technology. In fact, technology and intelligence will be embedded in everything we do.
It will be
Cyber Security Risk in the Digital Transformation Age
For most businesses, the journey into digital transformation has already begun. Whether in the process of implementing or in the process of planning, cyber security should be a top consideration with every new application and solution adopted.
Digital transformation gives businesses the ability to perform in
Digital Transformation (DX) is now a priority for technology leaders. If you don’t believe me, just take a look at what they’re buying.
According to Gartner, enterprise spending on Information Technology (IT) products and services in Australia is expected to reach almost $93 billion this year (an increase of 3.5% from 2018).
Digital Transformation (DX) has been a hot topic in recent years and with good reason. This is because, today, almost every company is a software company.
While this might come as a surprise to some, it shouldn’t. If you take a look around, you’ll notice that businesses across industries are all going digital to