After a brief hiatus our Ask the UXperts channel was brought back to life yesterday by my fellow kiwi, Kah Chan.
Kah first crossed my path at UXNZ last month and I was both entertained and educated by his talk on the careful use of language in our work. I’m pleased to say that my not-so-subtle solicitation was a success and Kah joined us yesterday to give us his tips and tricks on using language to craft better experiences for our users.
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If you’re interested in seeing what we discussed, or you want to revisit your own questions, here is a full transcript of the chat.
Kah Chan is the Head of Product Design at Flick Electric Co., which is really just a fancy title for the only designer in the house (way back when).
Since joining Flick, he has worked on everything from designing tools to empower the Flick customer to helping out on the digital ads. As Flick has grown, he spends an equal amount of time on new products, annoying the development team, and drinking coffee.
I recommend having the designs printed out to identify outliers.
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