Process: Development Process

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  1. Product-Delivery Methods

    September 21, 2020

    How can you take your idea for a product and make that idea into a reality? By conducting UX research, you can help your product owner to understand what value your team wants to deliver and determine whether an idea would generate sufficient return on investment (ROI). The product-design and delivery process helps you to successfully design, test, and release good products.

    The product-development lifecycle is substantially the same for almost any product—whether a physical product such as a vehicle or electronic device or a digital product for the Web or mobile devices. Some products have very complex, detailed acceptance criteria, while others might have very simple requirements, depending on their significance and influence on people’s lives and the economy. Read More

  2. The Crucial Dance: Enhancing Designer-Developer Collaboration for Exceptional Products

    April 22, 2024

    Within the world of digital-product development, the collaboration that exists between UX designers and developers is a dance. When this dance flows smoothly and harmoniously, the result is a masterpiece—an exceptional product that delights users and drives business success. However, when this vital collaboration falters, this dance becomes disjointed, leading to missed steps, frustrations, and ultimately, a product that fails to meet expectations.

    The Business Imperative for Designer-Developer Collaboration

    Smooth collaboration between UX designers and developers is a must-have for business success. Designers focus on the user experience, workflows, aesthetics, usability, and accessibility, crafting products that not only look great but also work flawlessly. Engineers, on the other hand, focus on what is possible and where they can push the limits of technology, ensuring design solutions that are both feasible and efficient. Read More

  3. When Change Is Constant: A Spiral UX Design Model

    April 6, 2015

    “It is widely accepted that creative design is not a matter of first fixing the problem and then searching for a satisfactory solution concept; instead it seems more to be a matter of developing and refining together both the formulation of the problem and ideas for its solution, with constant iteration of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation processes between the two “spaces”—problem and solution.”—Nigel Cross and Kees Dorst, in “Co-evolution of Problem and Solution Spaces in Creative Design,” 1999.

    If my work in UX design holds any truth, it is that everything could change. On every project, we search for two qualities in parallel: a deeper understanding of the problem at hand and better solutions for it. Constant changes in both the problem and solution spaces are the fundamental forces underlying the UX design process. Read More

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