Sure, not every product you use needs to be beautiful for it to be useful. Take Craigslist for example. It’s ugly, but it works. However, companies are beginning to see the value in creating software that doesn’t just work but looks good doing it.
Think about the apps we use in our jobs. Apps like expense report generators, database management tools, and workflow systems have historically been… dull. But, that status quo is changing! With the rising popularity of Enterprise UX, companies are looking to transform their vanilla systems into software that is enjoyable to use and look at.
SOLTECH’s UX Designer, Santiago Gomez, has been busy adding some sparkle to enterprise systems, and we asked him to tell us about it in this week’s lunch and learn.