Tag: wireframe

How do you design the experience? You can design a framework or architecture but the experience is in someone’s mind and in their emotions. UX research or UX analysis all make lots of sense but UX design does not, UX is in the emotions of the user not in a digital product or system. The Read More

A UX portfolio shows the candidate is a thief and the interviewer opens a legal claim against them for viewing confidential information. The request for UX portfolios are what happens when graphic designers end up in charge of a UX department. In graphics, most things get published in the public domain so it’s completely fine Read More

After a year and a half of planning and work UCD2012 is almost due to start. It started as a conversation on Linkedin for me, then for a while between contacts became all consuming to make it happen. As a contractor myself I argued for an event that would also be available on a Saturday Read More

Doing user experience The first step in user experience needs to be the recognition that every problem is different and will require a separate solution. Because if they are not, then every business is the same which they are clearly not. In effect there is no quick fix or standard solution method but rather there Read More

Setting the scene for user experience to work I have over the last few months had several rants about people claiming to be involved in user experience who are not regardless of their job titles. I came across a great blog post by Whitney Hess (I don’t want to steal her traffic so here is Read More

2011/03/04 – Published UCD requirements gathering There are lots ways to elicit UCD requirements so I don’t intend on listing them all here, what I will note are some of the effective ways that I utilise. They can be described as structured, unstructured or a mixture of the two, but importantly the methods produce differing depth Read More

2011/01/31 – Published I’m currently working on an iPad blotter app as a white label product is there any interest from financial services or investment banking companies in this product? Read More

2011/01/27 – Published User experience has in recent years become the greatest area of fraud and theft in business. Because the output documents appear simple huge numbers of people without any formal knowledge of what goes into them are having a go. Avoid designers, look for Architects and Consultants, with an MSc and good client references Read More