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User Experience (UX), Emotional Design, Branding, NLP, User Interface (UI), Music, Psychology, Emotional Affects, Social Media, PET Design
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The Rules of UX - Enterprise 2.0

Michael Salamon, User Experience Practice Lead for EffectiveUI, on the fundamentals of creating engaging user experiences, as presented at E2 Boston (June 2013)

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Mario K. Sakata's curator insight, June 22, 2013 3:12 AM

E.C.C.C.O system.

Judith Jassogne's curator insight, June 27, 2013 4:57 AM

Excellente présentation des règles de l'expérience utilisateur ! - UX

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Expanded user journey maps: combining several UX deliverables into one useful document

Expanded user journey maps: combining several UX deliverables into one useful document | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
UX deliverables have taken a few knocks so far this year, but here's one proposal for a deliverable that can really help us design better products.

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Mario K. Sakata's curator insight, May 21, 2013 7:30 PM

UX Strategy document.

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8 Core Concepts for Quantifying the User Experience: Measuring Usability

8 Core Concepts for Quantifying the User Experience: Measuring Usability | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

You don't need to be a mathematician to quantify the problems and improvements in user interfaces.
Often the most compelling metrics are simple to compute and require no more than arithmetic and basic algebra.


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UX Strategy: The Heart of User-Centered Design :: UXmatters

UX Strategy: The Heart of User-Centered Design :: UXmatters | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

A crucial component of UX strategy is understanding the multichannel experience and synthesizing all of the key customer touchpoints into one cohesive whole.


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Should We Focus on User Experience? | UX Magazine

Should We Focus on User Experience? | UX Magazine | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

When thinking back about an experience (a voyage or an Amazon purchase, for example) are we truly capable of accurate mental replay? After all, we can only recall what we encoded into memory. If an experience was great, will we remember it as such? And if we remember an experience as a positive one, did we truly experience it as such at the time?


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Hans's comment, September 30, 2012 3:50 PM
The user experience - how someone remembers it, is truly something subjective depending on both design and current user circumstances in my opinion. That's why I believe all user involvement should be carefully conducted with respect to the mental states and complete context.
Mario K. Sakata's comment, October 1, 2012 3:24 AM
Thanks, indeed, everyone’s journey to UX design is unique in certain ways. . The transition between the two wasn’t easy for me either, so I’ve compiled the pieces of Competitor, Company, and Customer for those in a similar position.
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UX as Science: Test, Learn, Stay Lean

UX as Science: Test, Learn, Stay Lean | Emotional Design | Scoop.it
Much more than designers, user experience professionals are well-suited to lead a company's customer development lab.

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Mario K. Sakata's comment, June 26, 2013 11:23 AM
I do think that designers need to be facilitator as well.
OneSpring's comment, June 26, 2013 1:11 PM
At OneSpring, I function as UX thought leader & facilitator/producer on all engagements that I lead. Having a UX designer in place, not only project facilitator but as Client liaison as well, allows for much smoother communication of vision between my team and project stakeholders. It allows us to operate both Lean & Agile in terms of generating necessary stakeholder consensus (eg Critical Mass) for getting our visualization prototypes and translating into requirements for development. Michael Allenberg
Terry Patterson's comment, June 26, 2013 2:57 PM
Michael, sounds like a great balance. You speak about a very close integration of project management and UX strategy. I wish more web PMs aligned their work a bit more with this vision. Do you also practice project management in the sense of SOWs, human resource and risk management aspects? If so, do you mind direct message me with your answer?
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Player-Centric Design: The UX of The Room | UX Magazine

Player-Centric Design: The UX of The Room | UX Magazine | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

Ultimately, UX design and video game design both endeavor to understand a user’s mental model for accomplishing tasks and construct an interactive experience that’s sensitive to that model.


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Michael Allenberg's curator insight, March 13, 2013 7:25 AM

This is why my degree was in Interactive Design AND Game Development...

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Pleasure and Pain » What’s Your Problem? Putting Purpose Back into Your Projects

Pleasure and Pain » What’s Your Problem? Putting Purpose Back into Your Projects | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

Sometimes it necessary to "kill your darlings" in a design project and go back to identify the true purpose of the solution. It's easy to fall in love with a design suggestion because of subjective factors and forget about the origin. Here is a great article with a proposed approach in order to change focus from solution to problem again. /Hans


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Hans's curator insight, December 11, 2012 12:50 PM

Sometimes it's necessary to "kill your darlings" in a design project and go back to identify the true purpose of the solution. It's easy to fall in love with a design because of subjective factors and forget about the origin. Here is a great article with a proposed approach in order to change focus from solution to problem again.

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#UX Journal - Vol.2 September 2012

#UX Journal - Vol.2 September 2012 | Emotional Design | Scoop.it

The Difference Between Information Architecture and UX Design, Introduction to Design Thinking, 

7 Core Ideas About Personas And The User Experience, etc...


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