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This open forum panel discussion for AIGA UCLA was presented by Lynn Boyden, Chris Chandler, Jose Caballer and Lara Fedoroff. Deemed "UX for Dummies" this discussion focused on the definition, ...

This open forum panel discussion for AIGA UCLA was presented by Lynn Boyden, Chris Chandler, Jose Caballer and Lara Fedoroff. Deemed "UX for Dummies" this discussion focused on the definition, process, deliverables and challenges of User Experience verses Information Architecture.

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  • DEFINITIONWhat the Hell is UX?Look and talk about definitions with panel & audiencePROCESSProcess Map from different perspectives (agency, education, and corporation)DELIVERABLESUser TestingUser ResearchSitemapsWireframesCHALLENGESHow do I get buy-in from clients for upfront research work that takes time?How do I...
  • Peter Morville makes the distinction between information architecture and user experience
  • This picture is incomplete. The model outlined here does not account for secondary considerations such as those arising during technical or content development that may infulence decisions during ux development. See the complete diagram.
  • Understanding Lean Principles Principled and disciplined approach to innovation that allows to build measure and learn rapidly. A core component of Lean Startup methodology is the build-measure-learn feedback loop. The first step is figuring out the problem that needs to be solved and then developing a minimum viable product (MVP) to begin the process of learning as quickly as possible. Once the MVP is established, a startup can work on tuning the engine. This will involve measurement and learning and must include actionable metrics that can demonstrate cause and effect question.MVP remove any feature, process, or effort that doesn't contribute directly to the learning you seek.
  • UX Matters includes IA as part of UX
  • It’s about the experience we create not the documents.

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