In this article we will examine the type of UX person you are or will be. So join me for the first in a new article series. We will take a historical look at user experience, and then in future articles look more at your personal UX style.
Taking a look back at the past several years of User interface design has revealed some interesting insight into trends and techniques. The last few years we have been undergoing a transformation of the user experience. Today I believe this is no longer true, at least at this slice in time.
Today for lunch I decided to swing by Jack in the Box. Little did I know I was about to have a unique UI experience. Upon arriving we were introduced to the brand new (at least in this area) self order system. And thus began my customer experience.
So I am bringing back the UI design challenge and wanted to try this a bit different. I want this to be an interactive experience. If you listen to my audio blog posts: http://boo.fm/b29310. I talked about recent research I was conducting to locate a new house.
I read a lot of books and in this field it’s good to both refresh and improve your skills. The latest book I finished (just this morning) is Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click? by Susan M. Weinschenk.
You didn’t think I was going to reveal it so quickly did you? Of course not, I like everyone to learn a little bit before they get the answer. There is nothing wrong with being forced to think a bit.
Over the course of time I’ve developed my own hybrid proto-typing approach for graphical mocks. There are several benefits I have discovered by streamlining this hybrid process.