Do you know who your actual users are? What do they think of your product, and why do they use it? Through usability research, you can learn to tell the user’s story and better design a product that fits their specific needs.
Through careful observation of users, you can construct stories and sample scenarios of use that can inform the design process. Don’t just make up your users’ story. Figure out what the user needs, what kind of experience your solution creates, and determine whether the solution actually works.
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UX design does not have an official, standard definition because apart from its various visual components, it encompasses information architecture, user research, wireframing and many elements that together decide the fate of UX. The closest to a definition of UX is the one provided by Nielsen and Norman which states that “User experience encompasses all aspects of the end-user’s interaction with the company, its services, and its products.” Thus, UX involves knowing what end-users want from a product or a system and meeting those requirements with perfection and in a way that delights them. Read More →
Know what kind of experience you create for your users: always design with usability in mind to create meaningful outcomes with lasting results.
On behalf of the team at Situated Research, we hope you and your family have a safe Memorial Day weekend.