An excellent post by my good friend and fellow Lidnug manager, Gavin Lanata.
As many have said, it is fair to say that if you are designing a User Experience for software you are probably doing one or more of the following – Visual Design, Interaction Design, and User Research.
This is in no way a complete list.
These disciplines are the tools or patterns which are used to implement a great user experience. Great, so according to what we’ve just talked about, if we use these tools and mix in many of the well talked about strategies dotted around we should end up with a great user experience.
Well, maybe; depending on the context of the design you are chasing after.
A good friend of mine recently told me about a conversation he’d had with a company offering their services as software developers. Only they weren’t offering their services as software developers, instead they were offering experiences. In their words—’people don’t want…
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