DELIGHT
BEN TOLLADY
@tollady
BEN ROWE
@benhyphenrowe
DESIGNING DELIGHT
RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS HELP
SHOW YOU THE WORKFLOWS,
USABILITY PRINCIPLES ENSURE IT’S
CLEAR AND INTUITIVE, BUT HOW
DO YOU GE...
PLEASURABLE
MOMENTS
MICROCOPY
BEAUTIFUL UI
PARALLAX
https://www.campaignmonitor.com/monitor/
TRANSITIONS & INTERACTIONS
LITTLE BIG DETAILS
DELIGHT FADES
INVISIBILITY
“IT JUST WORKS”
MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALY
FLOW
GILES COLBORNE
CX PARTNERS
ANXIETY -> DELIGHT
• What problems are our users trying to solve?
• What’s the job that they are trying to do?
• What pain-points are they ex...
DON NORMAN
VISCERAL
ENGAGEMENT AND DELIGHT
!
BEHAVIOURAL
HOW THE THING PERFORMS
!
REFLECTIVE
WHAT THE THING EVOKES IN THE USER
DANA CHISNELL
PLEASURE
SURFACE DELIGHT
!
FLOW
REMOVE THE UNNECESSARY
!
MEANING
INTEGRITY & AUTHENTICITY
KATHY SIERRA

HTTP://HEADRUSH.TYPEPAD.COM/CREATING_PASSIONATE_USERS/
SAMUEL HULICK

USERONBOARD.COM
IT’S NOT GAMIFICATION
PAVLOK
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
is visceral
is often invisible
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
is novel
has a higher purpose
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
is fleeting
is ongoing
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
is the first date
is the relationship
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
is product focussed
is user focussed
WHY SHOULD

WE CARE?
• First impressions count
• Memorable / sharable
• Engagement & trust

• Relaxed, Happy, Loyal Users
• (ROI) - Customer re...
MINIMAL
DELIGHTFUL
PRODUCT
SURFACE
DELIGHT
DEEP
DELIGHT
YOU NEED BOTH
visceral invisible
novelty higher purpose
fleeting ongoing
product user
first dat...
SURFACE
DEEP
DELIGHT IS AS MUCH
ART AND ‘FEEL’ AS IT
IS LEARNED SCIENCE
THANKS
BEN TOLLADY
@tollady
BEN ROWE
@benhyphenrowe
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This was the first-cut at our presentation for UX Australia 2014. The final, refined version can be found here - http://www.slideshare.net/tollady/can-you-wireframe-delightful

In a world where the perceived value associated with delightful experiences can help set a product apart, how can designers stay on top of their game? What is this intangible ‘delight’ thing anyway, and is it possible to create it? In this talk, Ben ‘squared’ will explore what makes an experience truly delightful.

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Designing Delight

  1. 1. DELIGHT BEN TOLLADY @tollady BEN ROWE @benhyphenrowe
  2. 2. DESIGNING DELIGHT
  3. 3. RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS HELP SHOW YOU THE WORKFLOWS, USABILITY PRINCIPLES ENSURE IT’S CLEAR AND INTUITIVE, BUT HOW DO YOU GET TO DELIGHTFUL? YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN THERE.
  4. 4. PLEASURABLE MOMENTS
  5. 5. MICROCOPY
  6. 6. BEAUTIFUL UI
  7. 7. PARALLAX https://www.campaignmonitor.com/monitor/
  8. 8. TRANSITIONS & INTERACTIONS
  9. 9. LITTLE BIG DETAILS
  10. 10. DELIGHT FADES
  11. 11. INVISIBILITY
  12. 12. “IT JUST WORKS”
  13. 13. MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALY FLOW
  14. 14. GILES COLBORNE CX PARTNERS
  15. 15. ANXIETY -> DELIGHT
  16. 16. • What problems are our users trying to solve? • What’s the job that they are trying to do? • What pain-points are they experiencing? • When are they feeling anxious or frustrated? • What can we do to make their day just a bit better?
  17. 17. DON NORMAN
  18. 18. VISCERAL ENGAGEMENT AND DELIGHT ! BEHAVIOURAL HOW THE THING PERFORMS ! REFLECTIVE WHAT THE THING EVOKES IN THE USER
  19. 19. DANA CHISNELL
  20. 20. PLEASURE SURFACE DELIGHT ! FLOW REMOVE THE UNNECESSARY ! MEANING INTEGRITY & AUTHENTICITY
  21. 21. KATHY SIERRA
 HTTP://HEADRUSH.TYPEPAD.COM/CREATING_PASSIONATE_USERS/
  22. 22. SAMUEL HULICK
 USERONBOARD.COM
  23. 23. IT’S NOT GAMIFICATION
  24. 24. PAVLOK
  25. 25. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT
  26. 26. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT is visceral is often invisible
  27. 27. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT is novel has a higher purpose
  28. 28. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT is fleeting is ongoing
  29. 29. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT is the first date is the relationship
  30. 30. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT is product focussed is user focussed
  31. 31. WHY SHOULD
 WE CARE?
  32. 32. • First impressions count • Memorable / sharable • Engagement & trust
 • Relaxed, Happy, Loyal Users • (ROI) - Customer retention
  33. 33. MINIMAL DELIGHTFUL PRODUCT
  34. 34. SURFACE DELIGHT DEEP DELIGHT YOU NEED BOTH visceral invisible novelty higher purpose fleeting ongoing product user first date relationship
  35. 35. SURFACE
  36. 36. DEEP
  37. 37. DELIGHT IS AS MUCH ART AND ‘FEEL’ AS IT IS LEARNED SCIENCE
  38. 38. THANKS BEN TOLLADY @tollady BEN ROWE @benhyphenrowe
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