“Innovation is no longer just about new technology per se. It is about new models of organisation. Design is no longer just about form anymore but is a method of thinking that can let you to see around corners. And the high tech breakthroughs that do count today are not about speed and performance but about collaboration, conversation and co-creation.”
Voici le document de présentation de la version française de l'AttrakDiff, incluant les items pour la passation et les instructions pour le scoring. Vous trouverez plus d'informations dans l'article consacré au questionnaire dans la section Méthodes UX : http://uxmind.eu/2014/06/23/attrakdiff-evaluation-quantitative-ux/ Le document est également téléchargeable au format pdf.
The survey questions were released online in June of this year for roughly two weeks via a Typeform-powered questionnaire. Answers rolled in from over 4,000 participants hailing from almost 200 countries. The results range from expected to surprising, but I think you’ll agree that they all shed an illuminating light on what has become a very, very interesting market.
User-centered design is not a new concept (at least in technology terms where new means “last week”) but despite the clear importance of UCD; it can still be a hard sell to clients. Here are some good reasons for taking a UCD approach that may help change your client’s mind about UCD:It Leads to Better Quality ProductsA product that produces something built on user input is likely to be higher quality and achieve the purpose that it was intended for. In turn this means higher profits (higher qua...
Cindy Brewer has devoted much of her career to helping other people make better maps. By bringing research on visual perception to bear on design, Brewer says, cartographers can make maps that are more effective and more intuitive to understand. Many of the same lessons apply equally well to other types of data visualization.
Does design shape technology or does technology shape design? How do these two disciplines work together, and move away from the traditional siloed approach? In this virtual panel Sam Gibson and Ben Melbourne discuss the importance of overcoming adversity between technologists and designers by offering tactical approaches to solving these common issues.
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