Cookups: How we made a user-centric app

Cookups is the largest homemade food platform in Bangladesh, which I’ve worked on to tailor the user experience of users. It provides homemade food from authentic cooks. It’s actually more like an Airbnb of food for Dhaka (The city I live in).

Some off-topic: Most of the Startups and/or businesses in our country don’t take user experience seriously. Which ends up as bad user experience but they don’t seem to connect with users to know their problems. I use a bunch of those apps because there is no other option.

At Cookups things went differently though. We started with the users. In this user-first approach, we learned a lot, resulting in satisfied users.

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How I Manage My Icons In Sketch. – Part 3.

Hello Again, Hope you are well and experienced the new icons technique that I showed in part 1 & part 2 . Cool! Right? In the meantime Sketch 52 is released and came off with a lot of features. I also lost a ton of money by replacing the display of my MacBook Pro 2017 (That appeared suddenly without any physical damage).  Anyway, that’s a different story. Sketch 52 has some improvements on layer style overriding, which makes the icon workflow more amazing & you won’t be needing to define the color layer. Check out Jesse Showalter’s video to learn the details. ( And some more Exciting Features.) 

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Some of My Favorite Sketch Plugins

Sketch & I have a love-hate relationship for a long time. One of the main reason I love sketch is its ‘pluggability’ (Able to plug things in). This is one of the reasons for sketch being so light, simple and yet functional. I hated sketch mostly for its availability (available on Macs only).

N.B: I have plans for writing about Sketch & me, Just don’t know when.

Rantings Aside. Lets Start with the plugins that I love.

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