Beginning of a project, we understand it completely. Then we begin (and quickly realize that it is more complex than we initially thought, we add features, we hit constraints). We get to a “feature complete” state (top of bell curve): a product is maximally complex and feature complete but not really finished.
If you don’t design something, don’t be surprised if you have a crappy product.
[ SXSW Bios ] #leanux @jboogie Brief Traditionally User Experience Design has been a deliverables practice. Wireframes, sitemaps, flow diagrams, content inventories, taxonomies and “The Spec” defined the practice of UX Designers (IxD, UX Design, whatever, etc). While this work has helped define what UX Designers do and the value our work brings to the …
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There are markers and paper being distributed, butcher paper being put up on the wall. Get ready to touch and feel, people. [ session description ] Presenter(s) Sara Summers Date 14 March 2010 Tag(s) #designprocesskillingyou