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A Simple Introduction to Lean UX

Lean UX is an incredibly useful technique when working on projects where the Agile development method is used. Traditional UX techniques often don’t work when development is conducted in rapid bursts – there’s not enough time to deliver UX in the same way. Fundamentally Lean UX and other forms of UX all have the same goal in mind; delivering a great user experience it’s just that the way you work on a project is slightly different. So let’s take a look at how that might work. Lean UX – Wha
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Design iteration brings powerful results. So, do it again designer!

The iterative design process is a simple concept. Once, through user research, you have identified a user need and have generated ideas to meet that need; you develop a prototype. Then you test the prototype to see whether it meets the need in the best possible way. Then you take what you learned from testing and amend the design. Following that, you create a new prototype and begin the process all over again until you are satisfied that you’ve reached the best possible product for release t
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How to create a user experience flow chart (UX Flow Chart)

How to create a user experience flow chart (UX Flow Chart) | UXploration | Scoop.it
Next up in our web and mobile development tutorial series, here we'll examine the process of moving from a User Interface Spec to the construction of a flow chart that describes the detailed user experience (UX) through the app. This is where the engineer(s) and creative(s) must work closely together to decide what kind of software tools can best support the intended interfaces and click/swipe behavior, down to every last tab, tooltip, lightbox, icon, etc…
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Service Design Thinking

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Service Design or Design Thinking is often linked with terms, such as innovation (process), change, and improvement. How can Service Design Thinking be integrated in an organization as a mean of change?

“Most people make the mistake of thinking design is what it looks like. People think it’s this
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Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful

Mental Models I Find Repeatedly Useful | UXploration | Scoop.it
Around 2003 I came across Charlie Munger’s 1995 speech, The Psychology of Human Misjudgment, which introduced me to how behavioral…
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The Seven Deadly Sins of User Experience Design

The Seven Deadly Sins of User Experience Design | UXploration | Scoop.it
Are you doing all you can to create a great experience, or are you just paying lip service? Today, we share the seven deadly sins of user experience design.
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A Framework For Brainstorming Products

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Brainstorming is notorious for being unstructured and often unactionable. People get in a room with some Post-its and whiteboards and expect the great ideas to happen. The problem is, even if there are great ideas in the room, there is often no clear-cut way to decide on what ideas to take action on. About a year ago, I and my colleague Michael (founding partner at AJ&Smart) were sitting in a masterclass run by the fantastic Adrian Howard on the subject of feature prioritization in agile development. More specifically, we were asking how we could decide which feature comes next and when it should be released.
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Brand Is Experience in the Digital Age

Brand is a perception of value resulting from the sum of a customer’s experiences, made up of visual, tonal, and behavioral brand components, often shaped by UX.
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A Natural Language User Interface is just a User Interface — The Startup

A Natural Language User Interface is just a User Interface - The Startup - Medium
A few words about that bot hype…
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Coding is Designing

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See how a developer mindset can improve design.

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UX to LX: The Rise of Learner Experience Design (EdSurge News)

UX to LX: The Rise of Learner Experience Design (EdSurge News) | UXploration | Scoop.it

The term “user experience” or “UX” wasn’t always an overused Silicon Valley buzzword. Coined in the mid ‘90s by Don Norman, while he was vice president of advanced technology at Apple, it refers to an abstract way to describe the relationship between a product and a human. Back then, Norman argue
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Creating a Cultural Fit : Using ethnography with users and stakeholders: Using ethnography with users and stakeholders

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Dave Wood's curator insight, July 16, 4:28 AM
Useful  template to incorporate in visual coaching (despite the typo).  Could be applied with  individuals, teams or large groups.
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User Interface Design Is Dying — Bots For Business

User Interface Design Is Dying - Bots For Business - Medium
Imagine winning a Jackpot or inheriting a lot of money. Now you’re finally able to organize your life the way you always wanted. Part of…
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Service Design + Business Design

Service Design + Business Design | UXploration | Scoop.it
At the same time, Service Design agencies are moving into Business Design to increase business relevance of their projects for clients.
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Look before you leap: The importance of critical thinking in UI design

Look before you leap: The importance of critical thinking in UI design - Make it Clear - Medium
It’s easy to understand why people follow trends, wanting to keep up with the latest style is natural, we see how fashion influences people…
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Two of The Most Important Buzzwords to WordPress: UI and UX

Two of The Most Important Buzzwords to WordPress: UI and UX | UXploration | Scoop.it
Web development is one of the fastest growing sectors across the nation. There are millions of concepts that are playing the significant role in providing the
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Second-hand UX

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Something that I feel is overlooked by a lot of product designers is the second-hand experience of their product. That is to say, above and beyond the target user, who is affected by th
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Airbnb case study: How design helps cross-culture business

Airbnb case study: How design helps cross-culture business | UXploration | Scoop.it
One of the recent design-related events I attended was eBay and StubHub: Marketplace Panel and After Party. At the panel, Katie M. Dill…
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The Most Important Design Jobs Of The Future

The Most Important Design Jobs Of The Future | UXploration | Scoop.it
Design leaders at Google, Microsoft, Autodesk, Ideo, Artefact, Teague, Lunar, Huge, New Deal, and fuseproject predict 18 new design jobs.
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Design Thinking: A Manual for Innovation

Design Thinking: A Manual for Innovation | UXploration | Scoop.it
What if there were a formula to create innovative products, experiences or services? I’m not talking about incremental improvements; I’m…
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