Usability: Design in daily life 3/6 : Great UX 3/3

<p>This exercise asks me to pick 3 examples of great User Experience IRL and other 3 with poor UX.  I'll write an article for each one.</p>
<p>These exercises are meant to help me build my design intuition and gut feeling, to learn how to structure my arguments to become a real professional! Through observation and knowledge of aesthetic fundamentals and design principles.</p>
<p>Because I really believe in the three products that account for a good user experience, I provided an affiliate link.  By clicking those links, I may benefit.</p>
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<p><strong>Product with great UX 3/3:</strong></p>
<p>I think sending cards in the mail is a great way to let someone know your are thinking of them.  It can be a pain in the butt too.  You have to look for a card that they would like and then you have to by it, write something on it and then place postage on it (which might mean you need to buy more stamps) and then send it. I like TouchNote because it makes it almost as easy to let someone know you are thinking of them almost as easily as sending a text.</p>

<p>They have design templates but I just like adding a photo or art I made recently, that gives it a more personal touch.  Then I move on to write my message, add an address from my contacts and send it.  I can even reuse that design and send it to other people.  I love that it saves me time shopping for a card and putting it all together, it's easier to let people know I care.  It's also cheaper than card.</p>

<p>Get TouchNote on the Apple Store <a href="" target="_blank" title="" rel="noopener noreferrer"></a></p>

<p>Get Touchnote on the Play Store <a href="" target="_blank" title="" rel="noopener noreferrer"></a></p>