Hey there, I'm Jonathan, a freelance digital consultant, specialising in UX/UI Design.

I help companies design and develop beautifully simple user interfaces. I work with a huge variety of clients including companies like, Smith & Nephew, KLM, Durex and the National Aids trust.

Practice Kaizen when designing Web Applications

Posted By Jonathan Clift on 02 July 2014

The term Kaizen was originally developed as a management process aimed at improving quality and reducing defects in the manufacturing process. Whilst this may be what it was originally phrased for, this Japanese term, meaning 'improvement', is a philosophy that can be applied  to a variety of other things including Web Application design and development. Kaizen is all about making continuous small improvements that together will add up to create one significant improvement. So whilst designing and developing you web application, instead of trying to make things perfect first time round, you can implement things that are good enough now, with a view to iterating and improving them over time. Great web application designers never stop making continuous improvements, so you may already practice Kaizen without even knowing it. [cm_ajax_subscribe id=1]