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Products to services – transformation of the world markets orientation – institute of design warsaw

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From product to serviceTransformation of the world Stefan Moritz – Warsaw 2011market’s orientation
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Why service design is the next big thing in cultural innovation

Why service design is the next big thing in cultural innovation | UXploration | Scoop.it
The lead producer of festivalslab Rohan Gunatillake gives four reasons why new thinking and tools can produce better experiences
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How UX Design Has Changed The World

UX design (or user experience design) is becoming an increasingly important field for business owners around the world. Good UX design can make a website man...
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Doing UX in an Agile World

Agile teams are getting better in executing the development process, but short timelines force some to abandon user research and degrade the resulting user experience.
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Motion Ui Design Principles

This blog is a quick look at some simple Ui motion design principles.  There isn’t too much documented about this area of mobile ui design and I thought there would be some value in expressing my views.   From what is documented already I urge anyone interested in ui motion to check out Pasquale D’Silva http://psql.me/ and Johannes Tonollo’s meaningful transitions http://www.ui-transitions.com/#home.  

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Designing Great Feedback Loops

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This article discusses how to influence behavior by designing well-crafted feedback loops.
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Design Principles: Space And The Figure-Ground Relationship

Design Principles: Space And The Figure-Ground Relationship | UXploration | Scoop.it
This is second part of a series on design principles for beginners. The first part covered an introduction to gestalt; the rest of the series (including this post) will build on those gestalt principles and show how many of the fundamental principles we work with as designers have their origin there.
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Amazing Mobile App UI Designs with Ultimate UX

Amazing Mobile App UI Designs with Ultimate UX | UXploration | Scoop.it
Beautiful, modern Mobile app UI design is right here. In this roundup we're sharing 55 amazing mobile app UI designs with ultimate User experience. This s
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Softer side of design

Patrick Quattlebaum, Managing Director, Adaptive Path The Softer Side of Design - The design process can be applied to solving problems as small as making a ...
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How Do We Design for Better Team Experiences?

How Do We Design for Better Team Experiences? | UXploration | Scoop.it

When designing software for businesses, you need to think about the team as another user.

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How to Define Context for Product Designers

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Context is a revolution in the way we design mobile products. You may not see it yet, but trust me, it’s coming.
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How to do a Culture Due Diligence

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Why is Culture such a critical asset for companies today?

It’s a critical asset because companies such as Zappos and many other culture driven high-performing companies have raised the bar and set a new Culture Standard. Up and coming companies cannot expect to succeed without meeting this new standard.

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Design Thinking is not Design

Design Thinking is not Design | UXploration | Scoop.it

Design Thinking (DT) has invaded the world. Thisnew creative wave?! attacked large companies and famous business schools worldwide. Even large Design global companies  were not spared and required by the market to be experts in DT or at least announce it publicly to keep existing clients and reach new markets.

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Design thinking for designing and delivering services

Updated slide deck June 2014. Workshop delivered for CAVAL HR committee for academic libraries.
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Ubiquitous Computing and the In-Store Shopping Experience

Jonathan Morgan, Experience Director at Rosetta, unpacks "Ubiquitous Computing and the In-Store Shopping Experience" in his presentation to UXPA Cleveland.
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Michael Allenberg's curator insight, June 8, 10:12 AM

Pay attention to this one folks!!

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Design for What Matters With Content Strategy

Designing for the web can be exhausting. Between arguing over which department gets to be on the homepage and explaining why a 47-page PDF won't work online,...
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What Does it Take to be a Mobile Designer Today?

What Does it Take to be a Mobile Designer Today? | UXploration | Scoop.it

Mobile is here to stay, with its own set of rules and constraints. At the same time, it’s a rapidly evolving platform, with new technologies and capabilities being added by the quarter. We can’t design for mobile like we used to do for posters and Web pages. So what toolkit and mindset does a mobile designer need to thrive?

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UX Flows: How to Get Users to Click “Buy” on Your Pricing Page

UX Flows: How to Get Users to Click “Buy” on Your Pricing Page | UXploration | Scoop.it
Like sign-ups, pricing tables can be a tricky beast until you know the drill — and knowing the drill is really freaking important. Most marketing efforts d
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8 Tips From Apple's Official Guide To App Design

8 Tips From Apple's Official Guide To App Design | UXploration | Scoop.it

Don’t take space away from the content people care about. For example, displaying a second, persistent bar at the top of the screen that does nothing but display brand assets means that there’s less room for content. Instead, defer to the user’s content and consider less intrusive ways to display pervasive branding, such as using a custom tint or font, or subtly customizing the background of a screen.

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An Icon is Worth 1,000 Words

An Icon is Worth 1,000 Words | UXploration | Scoop.it

Iconography gets to the heart of what UX designers live and breathe: they can make or break the usability of an interface. It therefore stands to reason that their use is context–specific. Like every other area of user experience design, icons are best suited for the target audiences that will most profit from their use. It’s up to us as communicators, designers, and creators to identify those audiences and get the most out of our icons.

 
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Jill Beech's curator insight, May 19, 1:52 AM

Graphic Facilitators capture a conversation with an image, this could lend itself to iconography . Enjoyed this interesting read.

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Redesigning Quora

Redesigning Quora | UXploration | Scoop.it
Part 2 in a series of reimagining the Quora Android experience.
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Exploring the Phase-Space of Information Architecture

Exploring the Phase-Space of Information Architecture | UXploration | Scoop.it

Marcia J. Bates defines information as patterns in the organization of matter and energy (2006). We distinguish perceptual and linguistic information not by their fundamental natures, patterns in the organization of matter and energy, but by their particular flavors of pattern.

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Six Common Problems With The UX Process, And Six Solutions!

Six Common Problems With The UX Process, And Six Solutions! | UXploration | Scoop.it
This article covers 6 common problems with the UX process, and 6 solutions.
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How to Make a Concept Model

How to Make a Concept Model | UXploration | Scoop.it
I can draw. I went to art school. I studied painting until I fell out with the abstract expressionists and switched to photography. But I can draw. What I cannot do is diagram. I always wanted to. ...
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When service design meets the connected company

When service design meets the connected company | UXploration | Scoop.it
My talk from the Adaptive Path Service Experience conference. Slides with sound here: http://davegray.looplogic.com/when-service-design-meets-the-divided-com...
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