Designing the User Experience
User Experience Professionals Association (UXPA) defines user experience in this way:
Every aspect of the user’s interaction with a product, service, or company that make up the user’s perceptions of the whole. User experience design as a discipline is concerned with all the elements that together make up that interface, including layout, visual design, text, brand, sound, and interaction.
Additionally, the UX designer has the goal of making this user experience usable, useful, desirable, valuable, findable, credible and accessible. That’s a lot to keep in mind!
In this talk, Jason and Nadine will explain how UX designers gain an understanding of their users’ tasks (and the way they think about them), how they use this knowledge to design better UIs and better content, and finally how these designs are validated and evolved over time as users continue to interact with the product.
We’ll also briefly describe the deliverables often used by designers to communicate their work to clients, and how best to prepare yourself for engaging a user experience design agency to contribute to your product design process.
Jason Wehmhoener and Nadine Schaeffer, Cloudforest Design
Since 1996 Nadine Schaeffer and Jason Wehmhoener have been helping companies both large and small execute a user-centered design process. Our seasoned expertise in interaction design, information architecture, user research, visual design, and frontend engineering has aided many large and small companies launch successful products. Our clients have included Apple, Google, Yahoo, Plantronics, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Oracle, Adobe, Seagate, Citrix, Disney, Sunrun, Fiserv, E*Trade, Verizon, and many more.
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