Fat-Free UX - Sarah Kavanagh - Sunday Business Post UX Masterclass
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A fat-free approach to user experience by Sarah Kavanagh - Presented at the Sunday Business Post UX Masterclass - The Gibson Hotel - Tuesday 24th June 2014

A fat-free approach to user experience by Sarah Kavanagh - Presented at the Sunday Business Post UX Masterclass - The Gibson Hotel - Tuesday 24th June 2014

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  • So what should you take from this?
  • UX is not solitary endeavour. It should be an involved, collaborative exercise with the whole team working together towards one common goal. <br /> It is not a standalone element in the project. It prepares the foundation on which the whole project and everyone in it sits.
  • There is no right or wrong way. <br /> You need to find what works best for your situation, product and team. <br /> When everybody is working together with the same goal in mind, you will be on to a winning formula. <br /> Following a strict concise formula each time for different projects is not always possible and not a good idea. <br /> Assess each project and adjust your UX requirements accordingly. <br />
  • Being adaptable throughout the process is important as it will allow you to factor in findings from user testing, software updates and changes to frameworks. <br /> Welcome change and keep abreast of external issues which may impact on your team such as impending software updates, regulatory changes etc
  • Involving the whole team in the project will allow you to plan better, devise a solid strategy and spot any potential issues before they arise. <br /> Each team member has a lot to contribute to a project and sometime the best ideas come from the place where you least expect. <br /> Give team members equal voices to share ideas and concerns. <br /> Your process becomes more streamlined and no team member is left in the dark.
  • Testing and analysis isn’t a single phase that happens then gets forgotten about. <br /> It should be done from the start until completion of the project. <br /> Taking this approach means that you and your team can make informed decisions throughout the entire process.
  • Users want to interact with your product. <br /> They’ve invested something in accessing it online or downloading it to their device. <br /> They want it to work as they would expect it to work. <br /> Building a product that works well and has been built with the user in mind will result in happy users.

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