UX STRAT 2013: Dan Klyn, DETERMINING WHAT GOOD MEANS
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UX STRAT 2013: Dan Klyn, DETERMINING WHAT GOOD MEANS Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Presented by Dan Klyn from DETERMINING WHAT GOOD MEANS
  • 2. Optimize VS Add
  • 3. Acquire VS Service
  • 4. Registered VS Guest
  • 5. Engagement VS Conversion
  • 6. VS
  • 7. YET
  • 8. Optimize YET Add
  • 9. Acquire YET Service
  • 10. Acquire Service
  • 11. Acquire Service Optimize Innovate Now Future Engagement Conversion
  • 12. Goth Punk
  • 13. Whenever a duality starts to dissolve, those who felt trapped at one end of it suddenly feel enormous freedom... But, by the same token, those who defined their identity by their allegiance to one pole of the duality (and rejection of the other) feel exposed. This can create wide-scale social panic... AXIS THINKING ( excerpt from Brian Eno's diary ) 1995-2005
  • 14. This That
  • 15. This That
  • 16. TIPS FOR USING PERFORMANCE CONTINUUMS • don’t: settle for OR • do: embrace YET • do: use grammatical symmetry • don’t: use true opposites • do: sort continuums into similarly-granular clusters • don’t: start sorting and narrowing too soon
  • 17. - Richard Saul Wurman
  • 18. THANK YOUhttp://understandinggroup.com/UXstrat