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Stop Doing What Youre Told #ias13

It’s easy to solve the wrong problems. Good design relentlessly questions assumptions and reframes the problem to be solved. We know this, and yet, HOW to act
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IA Summit 2017: Co-evolving for the Benefit of All | UX Booth

IA Summit 2017: Co-evolving for the Benefit of All | UX Booth | UXploration | Scoop.it
On Day 2 of IA Summit, Julieta Sanchez live blogs for UX Booth on how AI and humans can work together.
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Ideo Studied Innovation In 100+ Companies–Here’s What It Found | Co.Design

Ideo Studied Innovation In 100+ Companies–Here’s What It Found | Co.Design | UXploration | Scoop.it
Innovation is hard to pin down, but with these six insights Ideo says it’s cracking the code.
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Design principles: Root of the problem

Design principles: Root of the problem | UXploration | Scoop.it
This week we will look at the Root of the Problem or also known as Root Cause. This design principle helps us ask the right questions so we can gain deep understanding of the problem. Humans have the…
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Design Sprints Are Snake Oil – Research Things

Design Sprints Are Snake Oil – Research Things | UXploration | Scoop.it
A design sprint is a five-day intensive process intended to solve tough business problems using design approaches. Their creator, Jake Knapp, a designer with Google Ventures, promises fast, tangible…
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The Three-Hour Brand Sprint

The Three-Hour Brand Sprint | UXploration | Scoop.it
This post is a D.I.Y. guide. You can do these exercises with your own team, without any special expertise. At the end, you’ll have a set of diagrams — a simple brand cheat-sheet — that you can use to
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Introduction to Heuristic Evaluation

Introduction to Heuristic Evaluation | UXploration | Scoop.it
Heuristic Evaluation is a technique derived by the Nielson Norman group to assess the usability of a digital product. This is usually performed by a set of usability experts who reviews a product…
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Sustainable Design | UX Booth

Sustainable Design | UX Booth | UXploration | Scoop.it
The international scientific consensus is that the negative impacts of global warming are being felt now, and forecasts are grim. Only organized global action will stave off the worst. James Christie, a speaker at IA Summit 2017, explains how UX designers can make their own contribution in this fight against climate change.
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Lean User Onboarding

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Lean user onboarding can help teams that are getting started, as well as more experienced teams that want to improve activation.
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A Theory of User Delight: Why Usability Is the Foundation for Delightful Experiences

A Theory of User Delight: Why Usability Is the Foundation for Delightful Experiences | UXploration | Scoop.it
UI embellishments can only produce surface delight; deep delight can only be achieved in functional, reliable, and usable interfaces.
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Anticipatory Design: How to Create Magical User Experiences

Anticipatory Design: How to Create Magical User Experiences | UXploration | Scoop.it
This morning the song “This Magic Moment” by The Drifters popped into my head for no apparent reason. Those restless neural networks in our brains do funny things. They make seemingly unrelated…
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IDEO · The Future of Automobility

IDEO · The Future of Automobility | UXploration | Scoop.it
IDEO’s Automobility point of view explores how we might move people, things, spaces and together in the next decade.
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Feedback Loops and “Done”

Feedback Loops and “Done” | UXploration | Scoop.it
Some teams just assume that fast feedback is impossible. It is more like build, build, build — maybe measure — learn eventually. Perhaps they deliver an enterprise product, and the thought of…
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Zara: A Usability Case Study

Zara: A Usability Case Study | UXploration | Scoop.it
Zara is one of my favorite clothing brands, but I run into problems every time I use the app. I decided to run usability tests, which led me to discover pain points and redesign part of the UX
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Why Design Thinking Needs Systems Thinking

Why Design Thinking Needs Systems Thinking | UXploration | Scoop.it
Erik Stolterman's blog containing posts on interaction design & HCI, philosophy and practice of design, technology and society.
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About Lean Branding

About Lean Branding | UXploration | Scoop.it
Lean Brand development is optimized for disruptive brand-formation for innovative organizations. It centers around experimentation, iteration, and the elimination of branding waste.
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5 Product Development Questions

5 Product Development Questions | UXploration | Scoop.it
I like using kanban boards to think about product development questions. I like kanban boards because they are a complete blank slate. You can model Scrum with a kanban board, or you can model a…
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Iteration is not design – The Design Innovator

Iteration is not design – The Design Innovator | UXploration | Scoop.it
In some reaches of the product development world there is a fascination with the idea that products can nearly design themselves through an iterative process of development, testing, and incremental…
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Thinking Outside the Browse and Search Box: Big Data as a Complement to Navigation Design User Experience Magazine

Thinking Outside the Browse and Search Box: Big Data as a Complement to Navigation Design User Experience Magazine | UXploration | Scoop.it
UXPA's User Experience magazine: covering the broad field of user experience.
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Design in Tech Report 2017

Today’s most beloved technology products and services balance design and engineering in a way that perfectly blends form and function. Businesses started by de…
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Steve Blank The No Excuses Culture

Steve Blank The No Excuses Culture | UXploration | Scoop.it
Getting ready for our next semester’s class, I asked my Teaching Assistant why I hadn’t seen the posters for our new class around campus.  Hearing the litany of excuses that followed –“It was raining.” (The posters go inside the building.)  “We still have time.” (We had agreed they were to go up a week ago) --…
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"Everything is Priority One."
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A 3x3x3 Perspective for getting your Vision, Strategy, and Product aligned

A 3x3x3 Perspective for getting your Vision, Strategy, and Product aligned | UXploration | Scoop.it
I’m sure you’ve run into Simon Sinek’s TED talk on the Golden Circle where he made the case for how great leaders communicate differently — leading first with their why (or purpose), then describing…
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Meet “User Experience Revolution”, A New Smashing Book (Pre-Release) – Smashing Magazine

Meet “User Experience Revolution”, A New Smashing Book (Pre-Release) – Smashing Magazine | UXploration | Scoop.it
Many companies try to create a great experience for customers. However, few are willing to make the changes required to deliver on that promise. In fact, most companies don’t even realize how bad their experience can be. This is why we are working on a new book called “User Experience Revolution,” a practical battle plan for placing the user at the heart of your business. Pre-order the book now. You spend the better half of your career reading and practicing for the day when someone asks, “Hey design team, what do you think?”. You get this nagging feeling that you wish all those fantastic articles wouldn't explain to you what to do but rather suggest a practical strategy on how to implement such changes within your company. How do you put your users at the very center of the organization you work for?
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Experience Design: Beyond a Simple ROI :: UXmatters

Experience Design: Beyond a Simple ROI :: UXmatters | UXploration | Scoop.it
Web magazine about user experience matters, providing insights and inspiration for the user experience community
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