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Designing better-ux-workshop-5

  1. 1. Designing better UXuxd@absg.com uxd.absg.comGirish GangadharanABSG Enterprise ArchitectureWorkshop - 5
  2. 2. Our logo is ready.
  3. 3. ABSG User Experience Design
  4. 4. Another variation
  5. 5. Our designer – Jared Christensenjaredigital.com
  6. 6. jaredigital.comJared’s work
  7. 7. The Pareto PrincipleCommonly known as the 80/20 rule
  8. 8. Courtesy: sixrevisions.comThe Pareto Principle
  9. 9. Examples of the 80/20 rule* MS Office Ribbon* F-Pattern* Mobile sites Vs. Full sites* Country dropdown lists (US, UK at the top)In software.* Software bugs* Project lifecycle
  10. 10. Examples of the 80/20 ruleElsewhere.Can you give me some examples?
  11. 11. What constitutes that 20%?* User interviews* Web analytics* Market research* Track user behaviorHow can we figure it out?
  12. 12. Make it part of Project PlanningWrite it down first.Prioritize the features before beginning construction.
  13. 13. Good examples – TeamLab
  14. 14. Good examples – SifterApp
  15. 15. Good examples – EaseUS Backup
  16. 16. Good examples – CakeHealth
  17. 17. Good examples – DailyBurnVs.Courtesy: http://sixrevisions.com/web_design/use-the-80-20-rule-to-increase-your-websites-effectiveness/
  18. 18. In a nutshell…Use analytics to determine your application’s 20% most-used functionsPrioritize tasks/features based on the abovediscoveryDon’t completely ignore the 80% that’s not oftenused but give it just the attention it deservesMake sure the designs and layouts reflect the dataobtained in discoveryThink about ways to improve the functionality & design of thelesser used features that could have a larger impact ifimplemented properly
  19. 19. Let’s do a quick exerciseIf you had to design a pedometer,how would you do it?Hint: Track calories, fitness, ease of use etc.
  20. 20. How fitbit does it
  21. 21. Fitbit tracks your sleep activity too
  22. 22. Fitbit design
  23. 23. UXUX Design Cheat SheetUsefulnessSimplicityCommunicationIntuitivenessEfficiency??Consistency
  24. 24. Questions ?
  25. 25. Designing better UXuxd@absg.com uxd.absg.comGirish GangadharanABSG Enterprise ArchitectureWorkshop - 5

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