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User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
User Experience Design - Why, How and Where
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User Experience Design - Why, How and Where

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User Experience Design presentation given at Durban University of Technology. This is merely and introduction to UXD and to explain it's application.

User Experience Design presentation given at Durban University of Technology. This is merely and introduction to UXD and to explain it's application.

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  • Learnability: How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter the design?Efficiency: Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks?Memorability: When users return to the design after a period of not using it, how easily can they reestablish proficiency?Errors: How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors?Satisfaction: How pleasant is it to use the design?
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    • 1. I love…dogs
    • 2. …to travel
    • 3. …food
    • 4. …theatre
    • 5. …technology
    • 6. I have done work for…RMB
    • 7. I work for…
    • 8. and co-owner of…
    • 9. and I am fanatical aboutUser Experience Design
    • 10. 1. What is UXD?2. Why is UXD so important?3. What is the process?4. What are the trends?5. How do you get into UX?
    • 11. What isUXD?
    • 12. What is UXD?User Experience Design (UXD or UED) is a broad term used to explain all aspects of a person’s experience with the system, including the interface, graphics, industrial design, physical interaction, and the manual. It also refers to the application of user-centered design practices to generate cohesive, predictive and desirable designs based on holistic consideration of users’ experience.
    • 13. “person’s experience with the system, including the interface, graphics, industrial design, physical interaction, and the manual”
    • 14. Focus on:• interface• graphics• industrial design• physical interaction
    • 15. 5 quality components• Learnability first time users• Efficiency task speed• Memorability return users able to continue• Errors how many errors do users make• Satisfaction how was the experience
    • 16. Why is UXD soimportant
    • 17. Why is it important to have UXD?On the Web, it is a necessary condition for survival. If a website is difficult to use, people leave. If thehomepage fails to clearly state what acompany offers and what users can do on the site, people leave. If users get lost on a website, they leave.
    • 18. What is theprocess for UXD?
    • 19. PlanDefine your project scope
    • 20. PlanCreate your hypothesis around theissues your users may have
    • 21. PlanDecide which tests you would like touse to prove your hypothesis
    • 22. ResearchGather your stats
    • 23. ResearchListen to what people have to say
    • 24. ResearchWhat are the trends?
    • 25. DesignBuild what is required
    • 26. DesignKeep the rules in mind
    • 27. DesignAsk people what they think
    • 28. Users are not designersand designers are not users
    • 29. AdaptAdapt or die
    • 30. MeasureYou know you are making progress
    • 31. What are the UXtrends?
    • 32. Mobile in GeneralIt goes without saying thatwhether you are in App designor Mobile web design, there isno shortage of work…only ashortage of ideas.
    • 33. ResponsiveResponsive web design is a web designapproach aimed at crafting sites toprovide an optimal viewing experienceacross a wide range of devices (fromdesktop computer monitors to mobilephones)
    • 34. Responsive
    • 35. Augmentation
    • 36. Gestural Interfaces
    • 37. How doyou getstarted?
    • 38. Find and interact with experts
    • 39. Get certified…
    • 40. Read…

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