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A category dedicated to the design process and how little iterative design steps in a methodical approach can assure a better end result. The User Centered Design process (UCD) is the most common process discussed in this category.

Today, probably more than ever, users are the ones who make definite decisions whether products will be successful or not. A bit spoiled by improved quality and innovations, as well as numerous choices of products, users expectations are pretty high while their interest is very hard to evoke. And this is especially true for the… continue reading

Every designer faces three people that he or she needs to please – the client, the user, and themselves. Doing so is the perfect case scenario. But is it always possible? User Centered Design, in short UCD, is the principle created to put the user and their experiences in front. An opposition to the constant… continue reading

Being agile might sound like a daunting prospect for some clients – after all, it goes against the grain of what most companies consider the traditional execution of a project: sit down with a prospective developer, make a series of requirements, set a deadline, name a price, and send them on their way. But in… continue reading

„Understanding your users is the first step towards defining the exact problem. does just that!“
- Paul