1. Category Archives: Interaction

  2. Indigo Design Awards

    StudioRed is proud to announce our great success in the digital UX/UI category.

    This year, StudioRed was presented 9 Indigo Design Awards!

    Read all about it!

  3. How to Create a Sustained Bond with Millennials

    You may have a great idea with a polished advertisement but, for some reason, millennials don’t seem to click with your product. Do you ever wonder why?  What can be done about it? Millennials are one of the largest generations by sheer number, and will soon make up 50% of the global workforce according to PWC…

  4. 5 Tips for Designing IoT Products for Millennials

    5 Tips for Designing IoT Products that Attract and Keep Millennial Consumers By Soyun Kim Millennials are a new type of consumer yet IoT products designed for millennials don’t always reflect this. In the past, the traditional consumer journey consisted of reading reviews and buying the product that most reflected what you, the consumer, wanted….

  5. Interview with Soyun Kim, Senior Product Designer @ StudioRed

    We caught up with Soyun Kim to talk about her design process and to get her insights and advice on UX/UI,  product design and branding. What’s your product design process? Every project is different, each has its own personality so it’s important to tailor the process to the project.  However, in general, most of our…

  6. Advantages of User-Interface Testing

    Does this sound familiar?  You go to your development team to say that the company needs to test the usability of the product, and one of the developers says, “But we don’t need to do that.  It’s so easy to use!”  This would be a flawless argument if the developers were the only customers you…

  7. The Emotional Design of Computers

    How does your computer make you feel? It might sound like a silly question, but really think about it. It’s not just about how the machine functions. When you bought your computer, you didn’t just look at the processing speed and storage capacity. You wanted to use it; you wanted to see how it felt….

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