What – Innovation and UX sharing. For a number of years now I’ve been serving as mentor to the UX community. Participants of the Brown Bag Series see my work in progress and in context of the process. This makes it easier to grab the concepts and use them in their own work. We’ll conduct group Read more about Weekly Brown Bag Series[…]
Recommended Book: ZAG by Marty Neumeier
Vision and mission statements are usually created for the larger organization and are intended to be used as guiding markers for the entire entity. This is great but sometimes vision and mission statements don’t trickle down to the people doing the every-day work that gets the products out the door. […]
As innovators and UX practitioners we have talked about understanding user needs as the basis of our work. The difficulty is in figuring out the right method needed to extract those user needs. What Customers Want by Anthony W. Ulwick shows us a very effective way to discover user needs. […]
This post is focused on usability and its concern with what your product does. It takes the reader through a basic usability approach and explains how usability and each UX discipline affects the product.
Here, I have presented interaction design as one element out of six within my Experience Design Model. I have concluded that in practice, Interaction Designers mold the organization and structure created by Information Architects into artifacts, environments, and systems that people associate themselves with through the use of UX activities that create human connections.
This post is dedicated to information architecture and how it centers around what your product looks like. In previous posts I have shared the Experience Design Model list of elements.
Through Gamification Analysis you will know which users create value for your product and which connections to other users expand upon that value. Based on that knowledge you can devise appropriate mechanisms to support an engagement strategy centered on a clear picture of product growth.
Here I will discuss circumstance analysis, how it centers around decision-making, and how it works hand-in-hand with task analysis to bring product ideas to the table.