The goal of UX design is to create user experiences that are both aesthetically pleasing (a design that feels natural) and responsive (a design that helps users to get more done). In this recent blog post, Pega front-end developer Dariusz Dudek (@duded1) demonstrates how a methodical approach that explores and competes multiple possible solutions can produce an evidence-based solution that is optimal for almost every situation.
The key stages in this evidence-based process are:
Research multiple solutions
Explore each solution in detail
Analyze the results
Select the best solution
Measure the impact
As a result of following this approach, Pega will be implementing a new approach to managing horizontal screen flow in version 8.6 of the Pega Platform that will not only decrease user-reported 'bugs' and improve page-load performance here.