Progressive Web Apps are super-powered websites that users can install on a phone or computer. I led an initiative with the Chrome engineering team to improve discoverability, education and usage.
My work led to a greater than 100% increase in PWA installation and engagement. You can read more on the Chrome Blog.
Two-Factor authentication, Phone as a Security Key & WebOTP empowers users by allowing them to sign in with their phones securely. Millions of users sign in with their phones as an authentication method every day; sadly, many logins fail.
I was the UX lead on our Web Platform, and my team redesigned several sign-in flows and increased successful logins by a third.
A new web tool, Squoosh, downsizes, compresses, and reformats images.
I was the UX lead and designed the app’s user journey, flow and visuals. Launched at Chrome Dev Summit 2018, the app received over ~400k visitors, which resulted in over ~230k compressed images in its first week. See app here.
Material Design Lite was Google’s Core Material Design Web implementation framework that allowed designers and developers to add a Material look and feel to their sites.
As UX lead, I designed templates and visual assets. My advocacy work saw increased MDL’s usage to over three millon URLs. See more here.
A currency converter web app, Material.Money is a showcase of designing motion on the web.
As UX lead, I designed the core experience, visual and motion design. Due to its success, the app was featured in the A Book Apart ‘Progressive Web Apps’ book as a great example of how to design notifications and network states. See app here.
Native Android apps use Chrome Custom Tabs to link to web content. Usually, this means opening a webpage in a ‘Chromeless’ tab. However, when users clicked on a file, a blank page appeared.
I led a redesign of the download flow, working with our illustrators & animators to create a delightful experience for Android users.
Bu bölümde Google’da UX Designer olarak çalışan Mustafa ile tasarım süreçlerinden, animasyonların insan algısına olan etkisi ve tasarımcılar için tavsiyelere kadar uzanan birçok farklı konuyu ele aldığımız, keyifli bir sohbet gerçekleştirdik, iyi dinlemeler.
In recent years, mobile usage has risen to the point where people now spend twice as much time on mobile devices as they do on desktop, and in many countries mobiles are the only device they use. Users demand consistently great experiences on both native apps and mobile websites.
How do we link the two ideas of designer VS developer? Does the problem lie in the way we teach the subjects, and if so, do we need to rethink the education system? As we open the call for Design Academy 2017-18, Google’s Mustafa Kurtuldu discusses tackling and changing perceptions in education.
This article introduces a workflow that can help teams, products, startups and companies create a robust and meaningful process for developing a better user experience for their customers. You could use different parts of the process separately but they ideally work best as a series of steps.
Mus dealt with dyslexia at school by talking and drawing. His interest in art led him to the prestigious London College of Printing where he obtained a degree in graphic design. He experienced set backs early in his career which gave him the opportunity to set up his own agency. From here he was able to grow both in confidence and his abilities.
Digital Science, my place of work, just launched Projects – the only desktop software designed specifically for scientific researchers that enables them to organise their research outputs in a safe, simple and structured way.
For the first time, dedicated, scientifically-relevant features have been brought together in one product, helping academic researchers keep track, save time and get ahead with their research. I got a chance to work with the …
Our industry is over 20 years old now. Mosiac, the first web browser was release in 1993 followed by Opera in ’94 and Internet Explorer in ’95. Mostly we were reduced to viewing text files and eXcel like tables for our web pages. Linking to separate pages/documents was like a revolution in the HTML world that held engieneers in awe of the infinite possibilities.
Then the browser war ensued followed by the first bubble bursting/web crash. Many …
Seems that the scroll() API in jQuery only checks if the event has been triggered and not if it has a visible scroll.