We were honoured to be joined last week by Don Norman for a live video Q&A discussion about his seminal book on design, The Design of Everyday Things. Here is a full transcript of the session.
We were very humbled—and excited!—to be joined today by Don Norman for a live video Q&A discussion about his seminal book on design, The Design of Everyday Things.
Next week we’ll host Dr Susan Weinschenk in our Ask the UXperts Slack channel to get the lowdown on what stakeholders need to know about psychology in order to understand our design decisions.
If you feel like you’re constantly banging your head against the wall trying to justify your work, then this session is for you.
As designers, we know that our decisions have a real impact on how people use products. On the downside, poor design decisions have the potential to cause annoyance, cost users a bit of cash, or even have disastrous results. But what about the intent behind designs? Ben Tollady shares how we can recognise (and avoid) deceitful design practices.
Finding and scheduling research participants is one of the biggest logistical challenges of UX research. Not to mention then getting those participants to fully engage in research activities. But what about the motivations behind why people take part. How does this affect research results? And what can you do about it?
At the recent Web Directions South 2012 conference in Sydney, there was a lot of discussion about the future of interface design, beyond the obvious visual cues that get most of our attention.
Luke pontificates on the kinds of experiences we may be capable of creating for our users if we were to step back and consider all of the sensory inputs that we possess as humans.