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Designing For Purpose

by UX strategist/architect, writer at UXtraordinary (informational site) on Aug 26, 2009

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Applying Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) to UX design to break out of the stimulus-response trap. Users have ultimate goals: by testing and designing for their purpose instead of simple design ...

Applying Perceptual Control Theory (PCT) to UX design to break out of the stimulus-response trap. Users have ultimate goals: by testing and designing for their purpose instead of simple design response, UX professionals can better promote our products.

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  • purposeful purposeful The idea of setting up user testing a step ahead is a good one, as well as breaking out of the 'stimulus-response' testing mode. Good share! 4 years ago
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