Contextual Inquiry I: A Dip into the Ways of Organizing Results

To shed light on what goes on in the Kdan design team when designing apps, we launch a series of design-centered blog posts demonstrating the process behind our app development. We want to share our methods so that you may want to consider taking a similar approach when designing. In the last post, we introduced the effective contextual inquiry as a research method to help deepen the designers’ understanding of the end user needs. Expanding on this research method, we move onto how researchers would use the collected data to ultimately improve the usability of the product. Continue reading “Contextual Inquiry I: A Dip into the Ways of Organizing Results”

An Invitation to Join the Other 60 Million

Back in 2014 we had this bold idea to move every single one of our packages to the Kdan Cloud services, with a commitment to serve our customers better. We envision a drastic change in the industry and we were among those that created the bandwagon. Tech Crunch saw what we did and gave us the recognition, calling us an alternative to the substantially more expensive Adobe creative solutions.

Two months after our Cloud App Series launched on App Store in July 2015, we’ve piled up over 30 million downloads worldwide.

That number climbed up to 60 million today.

If you still wonder why others see us as the integral part of the next generation of digital content creation, we want you to ride with us.

Here’s what we offer: Continue reading “An Invitation to Join the Other 60 Million”