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Mapa empatii - najprostszy sposób profilowania użytkowników - ProductVision. Jak spojrzeć na problem z szerszej perspektywy | Jacek Kłosiński – blog. Szu­kaj igły w stogu sia­na­ Al­bert Ein­stein został kie­dyś zapy­tany o róż­nicę pomię­dzy nim, a „nor­malną” osobą. Odpo­wie­dział, że kiedy popro­simy prze­cięt­nego czło­wieka o odna­le­zie­nie igły w stogu siana, osoba ta zakoń­czy zada­nie kiedy znaj­dzie pierw­szą igłę. On nato­miast, szu­kałby tak długo, aż miałby pew­ność, że zna­lazł w stogu wszyst­kie umiesz­czone tam igły.

Tro­chę prak­ty­ki­ Ła­two powie­dzieć, trud­niej zro­bić. Jed­nak tak, jak możemy wyro­bić nawyk mycia zębów po posiłku, tak samo jeste­śmy w sta­nie nauczyć się patrzeć sze­rzej i mniej sza­blo­nowo na sta­wiane przed nami pro­blemy. Poni­żej pro­po­nuję trzy pro­ste ćwi­cze­nia, które mogą w tym pomóc. 1. Pozbądź się kla­sycz­nej per­spek­tywy i spójrz na znane Ci rze­czy pod innym kątem. 2. Czę­sto bra­kuje nam dobrego roz­wią­za­nia, ponie­waż jeste­śmy zbyt zaan­ga­żo­wani w pro­blem, za bar­dzo w niego wsią­kli­śmy i trudno nam przy­brać inną per­spek­tywę. 3. Bonus — dar­mowy arkusz do ćwi­cze­ń. 5 Productivity Tools For Entrepreneurs in 2016. When you’re running a business, time is your most valuable resource. Each day, entrepreneurs are inundated with endless emails, phone calls and in-person meetings.

Taking control of the day and staying organized can seem almost impossible. Without proper time-management, the daily distractions could have an effect on your entire company. Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec says, “It’s up to you to maximize your time, set goals and make them known to your colleagues and customers.” Here are five tools entrepreneurs can use to cut the clutter and increase productivity in 2016: SaneBox Imagine all the important business decisions you could make in the time that it takes to manage an unwieldy inbox.

Thrive Day Planner Entrepreneurs are constantly thinking about how to best optimize the 24 hours in a day. Trello Trello takes project management to a new level. FreshBooks Dash A good portion of an entrepreneur’s time is spent outside of the office. Startup Playbook. Uideos | Uideo: 402 videos for designers from 57 conferences. UX Starter. Learn to Code by Doing. Udacity | Free Online Courses & Nanodegree Programs. UI-Patterns.com. UX Project Checklist. Podstawowy kurs UX Design. Podstawowe informacje o szkoleniu UX Design w Wirtualnej Akademii Microsoft. Wszystkich początkujących i także tych bardziej zaawansowanych Designerów zachęcamy do udziału w bezpłatnych szkoleniach UX.

Microsoft Virtual Academy Jump Start uczy i pokazuje, jak tworzyć aplikacje dla systemu Windows 8.1. Szkolenie to może być również pomocne, jeśli planujecie w najbliższym czasie przystąpić do egzaminu certyfikującego Windows UX Design. Cały kurs składa się z 13 modułów podzielonych na części wykładowe w formie video online, prezentacje oraz testy podsumowujące.Uczestnictwo w szkoleniach pozwoli użytkownikowi zdobyć cenne doświadczenie, a także rozwinąć własną kreatywność, dlatego jeszcze raz zachęcamy- szkólcie się! Microsoft Virtual Academy. Kurs UX & UI - sztuka użytecznego projektowania / Web design / Kursy - Wydawnictwo Strefa Kursów - szkolenia wideo.

Wprowadzenie do UX Design Wstęp 0m 31s Dostęp po zakupie Czym jest UX 3m 40s Dostęp po zakupie Różnica pomiędzy UX a UI 2m 36s Dostęp po zakupie Czym zajmuje się UX Designer 6m 19s Dostęp po zakupie Jaki model wybrać 4m 29s Dostęp po zakupie Kluczowy element - użytkownicy Projektowanie zorientowane na użytkownika 3m 34s Dostęp po zakupie Badania w UX - schemat procesu 4m 47s Dostęp po zakupie Ogólnie o metodach badań 4m 51s Dostęp po zakupie Przegląd najważniejszych metod 5m 12s Dostęp po zakupie Architektura informacji Znaczenie architektury informacji 5m 56s Dostęp po zakupie Architektura informacji - kluczowe koncepcje 5m 53s Dostęp po zakupie Jak zorganizować informacje 4m 27s Dostęp po zakupie Podstawowe reguły architektury informacji 6m 45s Dostęp po zakupie Podstawy projektowania wizualnego Ciężar, kontrast i głębia 4m 10s Dostęp po zakupie Kolor 3m 14s Dostęp po zakupie Wzorki i powtórzenia 2m 38s Dostęp po zakupie Wyrównanie i grupowanie 2m 23s Dostęp po zakupie Elementy funkcjonalne.

E-Books. User Experience Design: Online Courses for Digital Products. User experience design | service design, projektowanie interakcji, architektura informacji, hci, użyteczność. Training. Tutorials and Videos. On This Page Tutorials and Videos Home › Tutorials › Tutorials and Videos Hey There! We're in the process of updating our tutorials for Balsamiq Mockups 3. What you see here might not match your version (learn more). Below is a list of guides and video tutorials to help you learn and grow with our products. Tutorials containing videos are marked with a video icon, and all our videos are consolidated into a playlist in the Videos section below.

Getting Started # Get a handle on the basics. More resources: Leveling Up# Take your skills to the next level. Complete Symbols Documentation Getting More out of Mockups# You know your way around the app, now it's time to see what you can do with it! Video Playlist# If you're just into watching videos, here are all of our tutorial videos in one playlist. Blueprint: Mobile-Friendly Multi-Level Menu. WUD na Pradze - Specjaliści UX w Polsce 2015.

Uideos | Uideo: 293 videos for designers from 42 conferences. Intro To Product Design — HH Design. How do you design a product? CASE STUDY: How Airbnb designed trust into their products NOTE ON PROCESS: There is no one good way to do this, and these steps are only guidelines — you need not follow them to the letter (I don’t). I encourage you to experiment to find what works best for you. For beginners, however, this should cover some of the important bases. NOTE ON AIRBNB: I have no affiliation with this company other than being a happy customer and admirer of its product design. Understand your role within the project scope While “Design” itself maintains some rough meaning across various forms, the role of “Designer” can mean very different things to different projects. The key takeaway is that to design well, you need to understand expectations — from your client, your team, and yourself— and be self-aware of your abilities and when you may need assistance.

Define the problem (or opportunity) This is easier said than done. What are you trying to solve? Come up with a hypothesis. iOS & Mac Design and Development, Daily – iOSUp. ReDsgn.Co - ReDesign Stories Worth Sharing. UX-PM - Pierwszy na świecie Certyfikat UX dla Project Managerów. SIX UX Transitions. SIX UX Transitions. I'm a product designer and these are my tools : Mediumrare. There are a lot of tools to get the job done when you’re a product designer, and finding the right ones all comes down to how you like to work. This is what I use to a day to day basis when I’m doing design work. Note: I’m always willing to try out new tools and improvements to my workflow. Feel free to suggest anything in the comments and I’ll be sure to try it out. When I start a project, I’m in the crew that likes to leave the office and start sketching out ideas, whether it’s wireframes, app flows, cats, etc.

Paper What I’m writing on is the least of my concerns during this process. Purchase Writing I switch between mechanical pencils and pens depending on what’s in front of me, but as of late, I haven’t been able to put this one down. Purchase Organization We have an entire project management flow with a variety of tools, but I also like using Trello for myself to get an overview of everything of going on at once. Try it out Design Sketch Toolbox – Download Content generator – Download. The difference between Apple and Samsung industrial design. "Paint the back of the fence", has been referenced time and again, "because you'll know. " It's a quote from the late Steve Jobs' father intended to help instill pride in craft. Jony Ive, Apple's senior vice president of design, has spoken numerous times about the importance and inevitability of great design as well, about the care and consideration it takes, and how people notice it even when they don't notice themselves noticing it.

Recently there was a brouhaha about a Qualcomm sticker junking up the Samsung Galaxy S6 on Verizon. You don't see a sticker like that on the iPhone 6 or any other iPhone, of course, because Apple cares more about the look of their product than the licensing fees or other considerations refusing it entails. Same with Intel Inside stickers on the Mac. But when I looked at the picture of Samsung's product, it wasn't the sticker that bothered me so much. It's the lack of basic alignment.

Same thing. And the side. Almost nothing is aligned. Is it worth the effort? Redesigning Chrome Android. Part 1 of 2 — Google Design. You might have noticed a line call “toolbar incognito theming”. One of the very striking changes in Chrome visual aspect with this update is the total re-skinning of the incognito mode. Besides the new icon, coloring is where the change resides. Incognito introduces the concept of “theming” to mobile. While theming is something that our desktop users have been used to for quite a while, we took a slightly different approach to the concept for our Phone version.

Developer controlled coloring What better way to blend in with the content than to let content owner theme Chrome the way they see fit. By specifying a color in the meta tag, a site can customize the Chrome shell. From a design perspective, we distinguished two modes: the regular mode and the themed mode. By doing so, we’re able to classify two set of assets. We’ll get to that later but this is important from both a technical and asset management perspective because now we have two version of the same app as well as two theming. Tony Fadell: The first secret of design is ... noticing | TED Talk. Design teardown: reimagining email.

Ever kept track of the amount of time you spend each week reading, writing, and organizing email? Dealing with email is a major cognitive load—and often a real productivity killer. Earlier this year at Cubeit, we did a short design sprint—just for fun—to see if we could come up with a better way to handle email. Though our ideas were outlandish, sometimes designing something “wild” is the best way to learn—and to keep from getting bored at work. Here’s a look at our process and what we learned. “Sometimes designing something ‘wild’ is the best way to learn—and to keep from getting bored at work.” What’s wrong with email? At our kickoff meeting, we talked about how email is currently structured. Too many choices People view a list of their messages and have to choose one to open. That’s a lot of choices to make. “An average email user sends and receives over 100 emails every day.” Useless information Good design makes the user’s life easier. Slow Designing and testing The drawing board Interactions.

Edisonda. 10 Useful Usability Findings and Guidelines. Everyone would agree that usability is an important aspect of Web design. Whether you’re working on a portfolio website, online store or Web app, making your pages easy and enjoyable for your visitors to use is key. Many studies have been done over the years on various aspects of Web and interface design, and the findings are valuable in helping us improve our work. Here are 10 useful usability findings and guidelines that may help you improve the user experience on your websites. 1.

Form Labels Work Best Above The Field A study by UX Matters1 found that the ideal position for labels in forms is above the fields. 2Tumblr3 features a simple and elegant sign-up form that adheres to UX Matter’s recommendation. Positioning labels on the left also poses another problem: do you left-align or right-align the labels? 2. People instinctively notice other people right away when they come into view. Eye-tracking heat map of a baby looking directly at us, from the UsableWorld study4. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Features Tell, but Benefits Sell. People have little interest in purchasing a bed. What they want is a good night's sleep. Founders and marketers must go beyond selling products; they have to sell what their product will allow customers to do. If they don't, you know they’re inexperienced.

Take a look at this quote from investor Dina Routhier: "The most common thing that pegs an entrepreneur as an amateur is when they come in and immediately start talking about their amazing new technology, and forget to start the discussion with, “What big problem in the market am I trying to solve?” If they don’t start with the problem, then I know they are green.

" Let’s look at some examples of how benefits help sell products. "Lose 30 Pounds in 30 Days! " (Thanks, Mega Shake!) As an armchair observer, it's all too easy to scoff at over-the-top late night infomercials. In fact, the infomercial industry is still growing. Why bring this up? Claude C. What's In It For Me? Let's step away from infomercials, lest we gaze long into the abyss. Why Product Thinking is the next big thing in UX Design. Uncover the jobs the product is hired for A product has a core user experience, which is basically the reason the product exists. It fulfills a need or solves a problem people have. By that, it becomes meaningful and provides a certain value. If the problem is non-existant, or the solution doesn’t fit to the problem, the product becomes meaningless and people won’t use the product; which in turn leads to the downfall of the product.

Wrong solutions can be fixed, but non-existant problems aren’t adjustable at all. So, how can we be sure to tackle a real problem? „It’s not the customer’s job to know what they want“ — Steve Jobs Clay Christensen, for instance, once tried to improve the sales of milkshakes. „Fall in love with a problem, not a specific solution“ — Laura Javier. Progressive Content for Progressive Reduction | UX Booth. Every new interface we come up with is also an exercise in instruction design. Designers typically leverage their user’s prior knowledge to create innovative experiences and help users learn how to navigate those those experiences. But how might we teach our users new, complex processes (or changes to their existing behavior) while still maintaining a simple UI? Last February Allan Grinshtein, an interaction designer at LayerVault, posited that because a user’s understanding of our application improves over time, our application’s interface should adapt. Others agree.

Increasingly, designers are finding opportunities to design interfaces that better adapt, or personalize, their layouts and functions in accordance with their users’ individual knowledge—predominantly through progressive reduction and progressive disclosure. Progressive reduction is a theory that suggests that certain information should be diminished or simplified over time. Shaping a content strategy Source: Team Liquid. UX Design for Startups – Marcin Treder – dobra książka za darmo! Getting Real: The bestselling book by 37signals. Nie każ mi myśleć! O życiowym podejściu do funkcjonalności stron internetowych Książka, kurs - Steve Krug. Marta Siedlecka, Front-End Dev Podstawa podstaw dla przyszłych i obecnych projektantów UX. Błażej Książka po prostu świetna! Dobrze napisana, zwraca uwagę na powrzechnie wykonywane błędy, z których nawet sobie nie zdajemy sprawy :) Polecam każdemu Webmasterowi.

Bez podpisu Bardzo dobra i świetnie napisana W świetny sposób pokazuje jak powinien zacząć myśleć człowiek zajmujący się User Experience! Jarosław Super książka. Książka jest naprawdę świetnie napisana :) dużo przykładów, wiele tłumaczeń i przede wszystkim przyswajalny język :) jak dla mnie rewelacja. Maciej, Bloger Podczas czytania tej książki wiele razy otwierałem oczy ze zdumienia.

Wreszcie klasyczna pozycja została wydana na rynku polskim. Książkę tą polecam 99,9% polskich "webmajstrów". Książka nie opisuje jak wykonać dane elementy. Tomasz Szkodzinski Bardzo dobra książka dla wszystkich, nie tylko projektantów stron www YaaL Kamil W Bardzo fajna książka, szkoda że krótka... ale to właściwie zaleta. Przemek Dawid Konieczny, informatyk msa.

Fresh Education For Creative Professionals. The best resources for remote workers - TRYremote. Masz już dosyć czytania tylko o UX? Zobacz gdzie warto zajrzeć [linki] - Lean User Experience + Analytics. Device Metrics - Google Design. Prototyping Tools | Cooper. Inside Design: Meerkat. UX Storytellers Polska. Your Guide to Online Research and Testing Tools. 100 Conversion Optimization Case Studies. System Usability Scale (SUS) po Polsku | UX, Research, Design, Prod Mgmt, Mktg, Sales & SaaS. Designopendata.wordpress. Design Methods - toolkit Design Method Toolkit for multidisciplinary design research, developed by MediaLAB Amsterdam. Książki o UX | user experience design. 4.jpg (JPEG Image, 1000 × 7109 pixels) - Scaled (14%) The Top UX Predictions for 2015. UX in Automobiles: Balancing effective UI design & driver safety. How To Become A UX Leader - Smashing Magazine. UX Course Review: Design Your User Experience In 7 Simple Steps.

Course Review: UX Basics -UX Mastery  Online UX Courses. PAPIERNICZENI - zeszyty / notesy / szkicowniki. Uxpin curated collection cards and minimalism. Jak stać się lepszym projektantem UX (RECENZJA) | Opisy produktów w e-commerce I AboutProducts.pl. Online Diagram Software and Flow Chart Software - Gliffy. Knowledge Wants To Be Free. UI Stencils. UX Starter (beta) UX Magazine | Defining and Informing the Complex Field of User Experience (UX) UX Design Articles. Wireframes Magazine. UXPin | Paper prototyping redesigned. Home | UX ColomboUX Colombo | The one and only forum dedicated to UX Design and Creativity in Sri Lanka. InnovationM UX Design Blog. Thinking. UX Reflections | Akendi UX Reflections.

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