The "magic place" between user research and design - tips & stories
2 Feb 2010 - 2:28am
4 years ago
There is a "magic place" that exists between user research
(speaking with your users & stakeholders), taking all that goodness
and designing the product with that in mind and speaking to it.
Often, user research can fall into a chasm because there is no up
front thought put into how it can translate into the design.
So what has worked well for you?
* How do you translate findings from user research into design?
* What do you plan for up front in your user research to help
communicate your design?
* What do you use to tell a story around and to the design?
* How do you help sell the design and also speak to the issues?
Note - I have deliberately left out speaking to a specific UX method,
rather looking for tips & stories.