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UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
UX Methods - Startup Saturday
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UX Methods - Startup Saturday

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Presentation given at Startup Saturday, Pune, India. …

Presentation given at Startup Saturday, Pune, India.

The talk was about introducing User Experience Design to Startup founders and employees and a few methodologies used in the design process.

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  1. USER INTERFACE EXPERIENCE DESIGN + rutapotnis@gmail.com
  2. UX commonly known as rutapotnis@gmail.com
  3. Design People think its veneer – that designers are handed this box and told, ‘Make it look good!’ That is not what we think design is. Its not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works. - Steve Jobs rutapotnis@gmail.com
  4. Design De•sign [dəzajn] is a method of problem solving. The simplest definition. Design is so many things, executed in many different ways, but the function is always the same. Whether it’s blueprints, a clever UI, a brochure, or a chair – design can help solve a visual or physical problem. Good design is the one where user feels its natural rutapotnis@gmail.com
  5. Design 3 pillars of any product or service.. rutapotnis@gmail.com
  6. Design Viability Feasibility Desirability Will it get us profit? rutapotnis@gmail.com
  7. Design Business Feasibility Desirability What technique do we use? rutapotnis@gmail.com
  8. Design Business Technology Desirability How can we make users need it? rutapotnis@gmail.com
  9. Design Business Technology Design rutapotnis@gmail.com
  10. Design Design is becoming a key differentiator for companies to acquire funding, press coverage, and loyal users. rutapotnis@gmail.com
  11. UX While graphic design is meant to be observed, interaction design helps humans experience or manipulate software or interface with screen- based hardware in order to achieve specific goals – checking email, withdrawing money from an ATM, or "Liking" a webpage Design as a field has also further specialized. rutapotnis@gmail.com
  12. UX User Experience (UX) design "incorporates aspects of psychology, anthropology, sociology, computer science, graphic design, industrial design and cognitive science. Depending on the purpose of the product, UX may also involve content design disciplines such as communication design, instructional design, or game design." rutapotnis@gmail.com
  13. UX Introduction to the User Experience Design process rutapotnis@gmail.com
  14. Understanding the context User Study Analysis Information Architecture Co UX Process rutapotnis@gmail.com
  15. Conceptual- ization Prototyping Testing Detailed Wireframing Visual Design UX Process rutapotnis@gmail.com
  16. UX Methods Understanding the context User Study Analysis Information Architecture Conceptualization Prototyping Testing Detailed Wire framing Visual Design Secondary research Talking to experts, SMEs, Observation System Mapping Ethnographic Study Contextual Enquiry Interviews, Surveys Focus Group Persona Creation System Mapping Experience Map Competitor Analysis Cardsorting Navigation Content Organization Brainstorming Bodystorming Paper Prototyping Low Fidelity Mid Fidelity Think Aloud Role Play Expert Review Tools used like Visio Powerpoint Balsamiq Iconography Metaphor Colour Scheme Specifications rutapotnis@gmail.com
  17. UX Methods examples Understanding the Context rutapotnis@gmail.com
  18. UX Methods examples User Study rutapotnis@gmail.com
  19. UX Methods examples Analysis rutapotnis@gmail.com
  20. UX Methods examples Information Architecture rutapotnis@gmail.com
  21. UX Methods examples Conceptualization rutapotnis@gmail.com
  22. UX Methods examples Prototyping rutapotnis@gmail.com
  23. UX Methods examples Testing rutapotnis@gmail.com
  24. UX Methods examples Detailed Wireframe rutapotnis@gmail.com
  25. UX Methods examples Visual Design rutapotnis@gmail.com
  26. UX Designers Understanding the context User Study Analysis Information Architecture Conceptualization Prototyping Testing Detailed Wire framing Visual Design Secondary research Talking to experts, SMEs, Observation System Mapping Ethnographic Study Contextual Enquiry Interviews, Surveys Focus Group Persona Creation System Mapping Experience Map Competitor Analysis Cardsorting Brainstorming Bodystorming Paper Prototyping Low Fidelity Mid Fidelity Think Aloud Role Play Expert Review Tools used like Visio Powerpoint Balsamiq Iconography Metaphor Colour Scheme Specifications Interaction / UX Designers Visual / Graphic Designers rutapotnis@gmail.com
  27. UX Designers Some pointers when working on a UX project View the designer’s RESUME + PORTFOLIO Include the UX designer right from the start of the project in all the processes User Study is absolutely important. Do not skip it. Design is an iterative process. rutapotnis@gmail.com
  28. UX Designers THANK YOU Contact me at rutapotnis@gmail.com rutapotnis@gmail.com

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