Posts Tagged ‘contextual design’

A UX design framework to address contextual needs

Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
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Photo courtesy of Brandon Shigeta
User flow (user pathways) have become so important to the experience of a site that they go beyond standard best practices.

Their difficulty to architect for, gives rise to the post’s purpose – to form the basis of a contextually based design framework that can be used in UX design problems.

This framework defines the work we do as user experience professionals and the effectiveness of the designs we produce.

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A UX design framework to address contextual needs

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009
brandon_shigeta_card
Photo courtesy of Brandon Shigeta
User flow (user pathways) have become so important to the experience of a site that they go beyond standard best practices.

Their difficulty to architect for, gives rise to the post’s purpose – to form the basis of a contextually based design framework that can be used in UX design problems.

This framework defines the work we do as user experience professionals and the effectiveness of the designs we produce.

(more…)