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Design For Startups

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A talk I gave at the February 2009 Startup2Startup dinner. Some of these slides were created as part of another talk I did with Erika Hall of Mule Design, and are used with her permission.

A talk I gave at the February 2009 Startup2Startup dinner. Some of these slides were created as part of another talk I did with Erika Hall of Mule Design, and are used with her permission.

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  • 1. design for startups Jeffrey Veen
  • 2. cargo cults
  • 3. Shouldn’t copying something be easier than creating it? The problem is that the work on the original is invisible. The copier doesn’t know why it looks the way it looks or feels the way it feels or reads the way it reads. Photo: James Duncan Davidson
  • 4. Good design is innovative. It does not copy existing product forms, nor does it produce any kind of novelty for the sake of it.
  • 5. intentional
  • 6. design the process of making things for other people
  • 7. decisions Jared Spool Jess McMullin
  • 8. unconsidered
  • 9. introspective
  • 10. genius!
  • 11. user-centered
  • 12. Design Visual Information Interaction Strategist Designer Architect Designer Writer Interface Design Roles Will neglecting design confuse your users?
  • 13. visual design
  • 14. interaction design
  • 15. information architecture
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  • 17. UI copy
  • 18. front-end development
  • 19. design strategy
  • 20. case study: Wikirank
  • 21. Find articles on wikirank wikirank Search The Wikipedia page for Topic Page was viewed 2,190 This Is An Advertisement times in the last 30 days Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. www.loremipsum.com This Is An Advertisement Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. www.loremipsum.com This Is An Advertisement Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. www.loremipsum.com This Is An Advertisement Embed this chart Compare this to another topic View: 7 days - 30 days - 90 days Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. www.loremipsum.com This Is An Advertisement Topic Page is a thing some people write about while others search for it and then Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. visit the page. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Donec neque www.loremipsum.com diam, aliquam eget, pharetra ac, dapibus quis, risus. Donec orci sem, mattis eget, This Is An Advertisement image convallis nec, pulvinar a, ipsum. Vivamus luctus, velit at egestas varius, nisl dolor Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, con ultricies mauris, dapibus eleifend neque urna quis dolor. Aliquam eget enim ut enim sectetuer adipiscing elit donec. scelerisque porta. Mauris sed velit ut neque posuere malesuada. Aenean auctor. www.loremipsum.com Quisque fringilla ligula elementum quam. Read the full article...
  • 22. Popular by Home page month, year Topic pages Search results Comparison chooser Wikirank page flow Comparison page
  • 23. FF Netto Icons Instructions for Use E Î Éé p rashsKsMsL OqoqHqFqDq
  • 24. process rolls •unconsidered • visual design introspective interaction design • • genius! information • • architecture user-centered • front-end • development UI copy • design strategy •

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