First nine dyas of January and it's also my first day of school learning UXID.
In my timezone, I'm technically right on schedule in starting my UX Interaction Design course. I was a day early but anyway, the school's in. The first-day introduction has been by far really good. I also found out that one of my major project in the course involves making a grocery app which I think is the standard for anyone doing UXID.
I am scared quite honestly, but then I've come to terms that things really won't go back to how it was before.I have a vague unease towards that with a faint qualm too. So it only made sense that things shift digitally to combat the threats and constraints that we all have. Though scared, I wanted to put my energy on something good - something that will help me cope and overcome.
I'm keen to know what grocery apps are considered reliable and by far have a friendly UX and UI, and perhaps have a good learning curve for such a time as this.
I've looked for a few which are:
Nervous but also very excited to create something meaningful despite the ongoing pandemic.
HNY everyone! :)
P.S photo from @gulayatprutas