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Design Thinking: Divergence and Convergence Cycles

Posted in Design Thinking, and Innovation

  In the creative process, you start with an idea. You explore aspects of that idea – go wide – and diverge into many directions…

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Design Thinking: A Brief History

Posted in Design Thinking

You could say the basic principles of Design Thinking have always been around. It was these basic principles that early humans built tools and drew…

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Lean UX

Posted in Agile, Experience Design, Technology, and Voice of the Custostomer

Inspired by Lean and Agile development theories, Lean UX focuses on the actual experience being designed, rather than deliverables (an updated edition came out this…

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Agile UX Remote Usability Testing

Posted in Agile, Analytics, Customer Experience, Experience Design, and UX and Analytics

Usability evaluations assess the degree to which your website, application, product or service can be used by your customers, the efficiency of your solution and…

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10 Tips for UX Success from Agile Practitioners

Posted in Agile, Experience Design, and Technology

Earlier this year, the Nielsen Norman Group asked Agile practitioners at a UX conference to share tips that have contributed to the success of their…

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Joint Application Design

Posted in Business Strategy, Customer Experience, Design, Experience Design, Technology, and Voice of the Custostomer

IBM formalized the Joint Application Design process in 1974. In JAD, customers and end-users jointly define and design their solution with the solution provider that…

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Easy to Use: Icons

Posted in Agile, Books, Customer Experience, and Design

Ever visit a website or store or see a sign in a public space that you had no idea what the icon meant? There are…

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Easy to Use: User Experience in Agile Development for Enterprise Software

Posted in Agile, Books, and Experience Design

“The intersection of the customer, user and technology is at the heart of this concise guidebook for developing easy to use software.  That’s exactly where…

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Minimum Viable Product

Posted in Business Strategy, Design, Design Thinking, Innovation, Product, and Uncategorized

A Minimum Viable Product (MVP) center around the business perspective. It asks the question “what is the minimum product I have to build to figure…

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The Power of Product Thinking

Posted in Experience Design, and Product

In his blog post Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design: Life’s too short to build something nobody wants… Nikkel Blaase…

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