In the last three days I was leading a Design Sprint workshop with clients. This effort is rated high-priority in the company, thus they allocated an excellent team of 15 designers, engineers and users’ representatives (who are also SMEs — subject matter experts). Together we are working a on that huge and complex system. The sprint is a five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. We are now at the end of the third day, and we feel we already have a UX concept for the product — a decision was made!
The net is full of design bullshit about the miss universe contest. Designing a card for a show host can be quite simple, if you understand the host’s workflow. That’s in case you bother to examine it.
The announcing concept is “elimination” — all the way through the contest, the host announces the nominees that are to be taken off the list. The ones who were not announced, are staying - they are the “moment winners”, and then the show goes on. …
A UI mechanism that encourages users to give another thought to their feedback is expected to provide sellers with more accurate information.
You all know this. You buy a product or use a service and you are asked to rate your experience. If you are kind enough, you are rating some feedback questions on a scale of one to five. But since a lot of people tend to skip this and sellers / providers crave for some feedback data, many businesses gave up on the 10 or 15 questions and they kindly ask you to quickly rate only three experience-values…
Lessoons is a platform connecting students with private tutors. It’s available in Hebrew for the time being, and we are making our first steps in acquiring users. Tutors need to create public profile with skills, location and pricing, plus a descriptive introduction that represents their personal voice. Users that own a profile can share it over social networks.
I help companies to identify their users’ needs and to serve these needs with great UX! Focused on complex systems, medical applications, control and monitoring