IxD Best Practices, March 2014

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A guest lecture presentation on Interaction Design Best Practices given at Penn's campus in Philadelphia. …

A guest lecture presentation on Interaction Design Best Practices given at Penn's campus in Philadelphia.

Includes heuristics from Jacob Nielsen, Abby Covert, Erik Dahl's UX Axioms.

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  • 1. The reason I talk to myself is that I'm the only one whose answers ! I accept.
  • 2. IxD Best Practices David Farkas! @dafark8! dafark8@gmail.com Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 3. Best Practice noun! 1.commercial or professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective.! "the proprietors are keen to ensure best practice in food preparation, storage, and serving"! (via google) Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 4. When someone says “best practice” what I hear is “I don’t know”
  • 5. Heuristics Heuristics refers to experience-based techniques for problem solving, learning, and discovery that give a solution which is not guaranteed to be optimal.! ! ! (via wikipedia) Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 6. Heuristics Are:
  • 7. Guidelines Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 8. Double Edge Sword Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 9. As Good As You Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 10. Limited Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 11. A Starting Point Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 12. Where to Find Them
  • 13. Jacob Nielsen, 10 Heuristics Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 14. Visibility of System Status Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 15. Match System and Real World Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 16. User Control, User Freedom Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 17. Consistency & Standards Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 18. Error Prevention Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 19. Recognition > Recall Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 20. Flexibility & Efficiency Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 21. Aesthetics & Minimalism Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 22. Recognize, Diagnose, Recover Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 23. Help & Documentation Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 24. Jacob Nielsen’s Heuristics 1.Visibility of system status! 2.Match between system and real world! 8.Aesthetic and minimalist design! 9.Help users recognize, diagnose, and recover from errors! 3.User control and freedom! 10.Help and Documentation 4.Consistency & Standards! 5.Error prevention! 6.Recognition rather than recall! 7.Flexibility and efficiency of use! Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 25. Abby Covert, IA Heuristics Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 26. Findable Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 27. Accessible Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 28. Clear Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 29. Communicate Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 30. Useful Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 31. Credible Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 32. Controllable Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 33. Valuable Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 34. Learnable Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 35. Delightful Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 36. Abby Covert’s IA Heuristics Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 37. Erik Dahl, UX Axioms Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 38. It's all about people Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 39. Pay Attention to Patterns Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 40. Big Picture and Details Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 41. Tame Complexity Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 42. Make Stuff Then Kill It Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 43. Engender Trust http://larboardwatch.tumblr.com/post/47716302757/wearetravy-whale-whale-whale-good-morning Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 44. Collaborate Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 45. Design Patterns In software engineering, a design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem within a given context in software design.! ! ! (wikipedia) Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 46. Design Patterns Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 47. Yeah, So What?
  • 48. Heuristic Reviews Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 49. Landscape Analysis Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 50. Workflow Analysis Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 51. Wireframe Design Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 52. Critique Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 53. Things to Remember!
  • 54. There is no “right” answer Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 55. You will be wrong Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 56. The other person is wrong too Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 57. Good design comes from pushing Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 58. Resources (posted online) ✤ Jacob Nielsen’s Heuristics ! ✤ wellie.com! ✤ http://www.nngroup.com/ articles/ten-usabilityheuristics/! ✤ Additional Reading:! Designing the Conversation (Unger, Nunnally)! ✤ ✤ Usability Inspection Methods (if you can find it!)! ✤ ✤ ✤ Rosenfeld Media Book Collection Abby Covert’s IA Heuristics! abbytheia.wordpress.com/ 2012/02/04/ia_heuristics/! ✤ Erik Dahl’s UX Axioms uxaxioms.com! ✤ patterntap.com! Ixd Best Practices, March 2014 David Farkas @Dafark8
  • 59. Let’s Try It Out
  • 60. Thank you