User Experience First and in Context

In this course, we explore two crafted scenarios with the goal of producing a context definition for a User Experience Design. A context definition helps us to understand a given situation and guide our design.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jun 17, 2015
Duration
48m
Table of contents
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Jun 17, 2015
Duration
48m
Description

User Experience Design is context driven. This course will take you through two crafted scenarios in which we'll define a context for, and then give some examples where such a context definition has guided the design. When defining a context, it also helps to be familiar with a number of other subjects to assist in identifying elements which will influence our design; this course will name some of these subjects for further study.

About the author
About the author

Gavin Lanata has been involved in the development of front-end software solutions for the last decade. With a mixed background in Art, Design, Video, Sound, and I.T., Gavin has focused his attentions on the reasons behind why we do the things we do when using software.

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