I’ve heard it many many times, and I must admit I’ve done it myself. When developing it can happen that someone says things like “But I would do it that way!” or “Nah, I would not need that function right there, because we have this or that…”
Let’s be honest, when was the last time you did proper user testings?! And if everyone is super-confident about a feature, why not prove it by the users?
Recently there was a situation in my daily work, that brought me the strongest dark feeling of “This will end bad!” since a long time. Not long ago ..
There are certain things, which seem to be small “nice to haves” and are easy to forget. But these little details can make a huge and sometimes crucial difference. They are little BIG details in fact.
There are a few professions which have a certain problem: everyone thinks they can do it. I’ve started a few years ago as a graphic designer. And be..
Sometimes it happens: you have to come up with an interaction concept and a part of it rises a question: do it a classical way or try something new…
It happens quite often that I’m sitting in a meeting with one of our customers and they ask me things like “What’s the optimal number of clicks for ..
Establishing new processes is always a challenge. No matter if you work in a small to medium sized company or in a big concern. In most companys UX and usability processes and methods are not yet part of the company processes, that is sad but mostly true. Hang in there, guys, the fight against this Goliath will be tough!
The UX domain is a quite new field (not really, but it is in most minds out there). You’ll start to find education/trainings for that and there are some conventions and great online blogs dedicated to UX topics. But in the eyes of most customers (which I meet everyday, if you can tell different stories, please…
Ok, so what is this “UX” we are all talking about? UX – “User experience” – is nothing you can apply to your website or software or product. Everything has already an user experience. In everything