- [Instructor] At some point,…either after some wire framing, paper mock up,…or prototyping,…you'll be at a point where you need to make…a final decision on what designs will be put…into production development.…It's usually best to do that with a group…of users and stakeholders.…Remember to choose users with a broad perspective…on the app, if you can.…Start out by telling them that the goal…in this meeting is to make a final decision…on which design or designs to use,…but that some details of that design might be changed…based on their feedback.…
Then, demonstrate all the options for them…and allow plenty of time for questions from the users.…Once they've seen all of the options,…see if there is a consensus or a near consensus…by the group on one particular design that they like.…If so, see if there is any feedback…on minor details.…If there is no consensus,…then you'll probably want to use some form…of ranked voting.…Do that openly to minimize the chances of someone…getting miffed because their preference wasn't chosen.…
- What a well-designed app looks like
- Leveraging cognitive design principles
- Decluttering crowded screens
- Understanding your users' needs
- Recording and analyzing user observations
- Storyboarding your ideas
- Helpful techniques for the design process
- Dealing with conflict in design evaluation
Skill Level Beginner
UX Foundations: Interaction Designwith David Hogue3h 33m Intermediate
How this course will work1m 38s
1. Why UX Design Is Important
2. What Makes a Design Good or Bad?
3. Understanding Users and Their Needs
4. Ideation: Finding, Refining, and Culling Design Ideas
5. Helpful Concepts and Techniques for the Design Process
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