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Kano’s Five Emotional Response Types - Attractive features | UX Magazine

Kano’s Five Emotional Response Types - Attractive features | UX Magazine

Setting up your Drupal homepage

Setting up your Drupal homepage

Research your market before a product launch... (Smart Passive Income)

Research your market before a product launch... (Smart Passive Income)

Dan Saffer의 UX 디자인 정의

Dan Saffer의 UX 디자인 정의

Bret Victor's treatise on a different design paradigm ("Magic Ink") included this gem.

It is a representation of a train schedule; each colored line is a train.  Time is left-to-right, destinations are top to bottom.  Slopes indicate the speed of the train; intersections of train lines at times and destinations show arrival times.

Bret Victor's treatise on a different design paradigm ("Magic Ink") included this gem. It is a representation of a train schedule; each colored line is a train. Time is left-to-right, destinations are top to bottom. Slopes indicate the speed of the train; intersections of train lines at times and destinations show arrival times.

Article: Rapid Desirability Testing: A Case Study (UXMatters)  Image is of Product reaction cards

Article: Rapid Desirability Testing: A Case Study (UXMatters) Image is of Product reaction cards

Why prototype? (Source: Bill Buxton, via Donna Lichaw)

Why prototype? (Source: Bill Buxton, via Donna Lichaw)

Design Maps The diagram shows a task with levels of design assigned to levels of priority.  Task: Assign options to users Requirements (cake): Assign basic DB options Enhancements (frosting): Assign detailed DB options Embellishments (sprinkles): Create user groups for options  Very interesting approach. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

Design Maps The diagram shows a task with levels of design assigned to levels of priority. Task: Assign options to users Requirements (cake): Assign basic DB options Enhancements (frosting): Assign detailed DB options Embellishments (sprinkles): Create user groups for options Very interesting approach. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

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