Data Driven Design Research Personas

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Data Driven Design Research Personas

  1. data driven design research personas Todd Zaki Warfel, Messagefirst
  2. “A persona is a user archetype you can use to help guide decisions about product features, navigation, interactions, and even visual design.” - Kim Goodwin, Cooper
  3. “A persona is a user archetype you can use to help guide decisions about product features, navigation, interactions, and even visual design.” - Kim Goodwin, Cooper
  4. Personas are a representative behavior and activity profile that are contextual and specific to the particular application or service.
  5. Personas are a representative behavior and activity profile that are contextual and specific to the particular application or service.
  6. Why use them?
  7. The average user doesn’t exist.
  8. They keep you out of user.
  9. They keep you out of user.
  10. As a design research tool, they are a powerful way to communicate knowledge, activities, interests, influencers, goals, and pain points.
  11. As a design research tool, they are a powerful way to communicate knowledge, activities, interests, influencers, goals, and pain points.
  12. Design research personas can be used for design
  13. They can be used for research
  14. Design research personas can be used for recruiting
  15. Design research personas can be used for training
  16. Tips for making better data-driven personas.
  17. Multiple sources keep things in balance.
  18. Internal sources can be stake holders, web analytics, and customer support.
  19. External sources can be customers and someone you know.
  20. Basing them on someone you know keeps them grounded and more realistic.
  21. Only build what you need.
  22. Getting it all on one page is tricky.
  23. Not bad. But there’s a better way.
  24. Do Te ma in ch no K n o lo Lifecycle gy wle Kn dg ow e le Ex dg pe e r ie nc e Knowledge 1 2 3 4 5 Ev er Ju gre e Fin st-in n - d a M Tim or e tg a Re ge fin an c In su e Fin ra n d a L ce en d Ad er Fin ver Activities and Interest d tis aR e ea Ca lto lcu r la to rs
  25. Make sure you test and validate your personas.
  26. Reality check.
  27. Are they someone you know?
  28. I think we did lunch.
  29. I talked to him on the phone last week.
  30. Common Mistakes
  31. Marketing vs. design research personas
  32. Large sets
  33. Too much personal information
  34. The recycle trap
  35. Not used throughout the process
  36. data driven design research personas Todd Zaki Warfel, Messagefirst

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