It’s an exciting time for user experience. There are more of us doing UX work in more places than ever before, with increasing goodwill and passion for the cause all around. But passion and goodwill alone won’t earn the respect of the people you work with or help you make good design decisions. Visionary problem solving and playing nicely with your non-UX peers will.
In this talk, Leah Buley will discuss some of the lightweight techniques that Adaptive Path uses to explore a variety of solutions quickly and enlist the support of non-UX team members. She’ll also show how to put these tools to use wherever you are — whether you’re in a large UX group or on your own — to make your UX practice more rewarding and dynamic.
Presentation at the conference »Innovationsforum Interaktionsdesign« in Potsdam, Germany. The talk was held on 30. March 2007.
The Innovationsforum Interaktionsdesign was organised by the Interface Design programme of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.
Conference web site: interface.fh-potsdam.de/innoforum
Interface Design programme: interface.fh-potsdam.de
Here at Cooper, we find that looking at the world from the perspective of users and their goals makes us notice a lot of bad interactions in our daily lives. Being solution-minded designers, we can’t help but pick up a whiteboard marker to scribble out a better idea. (Just ask our partners and friends—we really can’t help ourselves).
This sort of thing makes a fun thought exercise, so we thought we’d share it with you as a series of narrated slide shows we’ve called “The Drawing Board.” These aren’t meant to be slick, highly-produced demos—just some ideas we’ve thrown up on the board to stimulate thought and discussion. So…enjoy. Discuss. Design.
Faced with uncertain times, people are looking for ways to economize. We can all see the evidence of environmental crisis brewing alongside the economic downturn, and it's not hard to feel powerless in the face of such global forces. With politicians and businesses seeking avenues to a sustainable future, here at Cooper, we wondered how design might help individuals cut costs while also encouraging behavior that was environmentally responsible.
These videos explore the conceptual design of Economizer, a service that helps consumers save money while making sustainable choices. The service consists of a core set of internet-aware services with optional components such as hardware data collectors, social networking applications, and dedicated smart phone interfaces.
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