Doing design right means figuring out what your client needs and involving them in the process. There are strategic planning tools that we can leverage and mashup with traditional user experience design methodologies to make the design process more participatory. More participatory design will confer benefits on the project for both the client and the finished product.
“Purpose to Practice”...
“the conventional structures used to organize how people
routinely work together stiﬂe inclusion and engagement.
Conventional structures are either too inhibiting
(presentations, status reports and managed discussions) or too
loose and disorganized (open discussions and brainstorms) to
creatively engage people in shaping their own future.
Liberating Structures introduce tiny shifts in the way we meet,
plan, decide and relate to one another.”
• By mashing up these methodologies with our UX
design practice, we are more participatory and
more human centred.
• When your clients are having the same insights as
you are during the design process it's much easier
to solve the real problem!