Back in 2010 question „Can User Experience be designed?” became strangely popular. User Experience field, which really had just started to grow worldwide, needed to face fierce attack on its heart, or ekhm…rather name.
Designing for context is about aligning the purpose of a product with the user’s requirements at any given time or in any given situation. By evaluating each platform against the story of the users and how (or where) they use the product, designers can create better flows across and within the ecosystem.
This blog often focuses on the bits and features and less on the “philosophy” or “context” of the product. Given the level of brand new innovations in Windows 8, however, we think it is worth putting Windows 8 in the context in which we approached the design.
What is the purpose of the journey map and who is it for? Will a design or engineering team use it to build out a service? Or is it a tool for executives to socialize a concept throughout the company? Is it intended to be tactical or inspirational?
When multiple teams are involved in a project, it’s natural for their thoughts, opinions and recommendations to conflict. Often times, though, it’s the feedback that’s gathered as a result of these opposing viewpoints that leads to the most successful outcomes.
Neurodesign is an approach that lets you look at the brain triggers behind good customer experience and use them to help you make better informed design decisions based on customer behavior, human trends, and overall customer or company interactions.
LukeW Ideation + Design provides resources for mobile and Web product design and strategy including presentations, workshops, articles, books and more on usability, interaction design and visual design.
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