Digital India, one of the most talked about campaigns, aims at bringing a digital revolution in India. It has brought a huge change in customer behaviour-be it banking, online shopping, or communication, the change is visible now. But in a country as vast and diverse as India, going digital can be a major obstacle. Taking small steps in the direction is what the best solution is.
Digital India and UX Design have to be seamlessly amalgamated. Smart UX creates meaningful products and services that are attuned to the best human experiences. When designing for the digital world, it is always about the experience rather than the actual product. The same holds true for Digital India campaign as well. Although it is a government campaign, designers need to keep in mind the needs of end users. You’re designing for user needs and not for government needs. Demographics and socio-economic background are two most important aspects to remember when aligning UX design services for government campaigns. Without effective UX in place, Digital India as a campaign would fail.
The government has set high standards for the campaign aiming it to be able to revolutionize India. Now it is upon the new-age designers to take the mission forward with impeccable design solutions. I want to stress that Digital India not just focuses on design, but also on the overall experience. Passport Seva and Kotak 811 are some positive changes that the campaign has brought. It has become so easy to apply for passport online, and with Kotak 811 you can open a bank account in merely 10 minutes and start transactions. Now that’s what we call new-age Digital India.Originally Published At