Want your product to dominate the world? Here several case studies will show why you need more than translations to break into new markets.
As Internet access expands to the far corners of the world, product makers have the chance to see their work used by millions of people worldwide.
To create products for international users, we must be aware of the full range of human diversity with respect to language, culture and other forms of human difference. If the product doesn't adapt to users' differences, there's a big danger where we think our work is great, but users in other countries finds it terrible, or worse, unusable.
Join this talk to hear how Jenny designed for users in Europe, North- and South America, Asia, and Southeast Asia.
In this talk you will learn key insights including:
- How culture affects design, UX and front-end
- Case study of cultural differences: Germany v.s. Netherlands
- UI patterns comparison of the East and the West: Mozilla Firefox homepage, WeChat and Chinese app interfaces
- Design for culture, not stereotypes
- Research local mobile device usage