…r me, the learning here has been that there’s not a single design formula for growing your product. You can help the user to try new things (NUXs, popovers, etc), but you can also passively encourage the user (discovery, word of mouth, etc). Finding ways to respect a person’s intent in these product decisions is beneficial and creates a respectful product experience.
Processos são importantes, mas não percam o ser humano designer-thinker por natureza, deixem que os algoritmos e as inteligências artificiais se apropriem das fórmulas, a sensibilidade que nós temos, nada no mundo é capaz de reproduzir e não existe nome nem método pra isso, existe viver e olhar para os lados.
The greatest reason for success of these new fields of design, in my view, is the greatest reason they are at risk. Open doors. More accessible tools. Documented dogma. Defined diamonds. Reductionist views on what design is and should be.
tating problem-understanding. With this in mind, we’ve been acting on our responsib…st, process-oriented professionals (we will write more about this in a future post, so stay tuned). As such, we believe that design is not only about problem-solving (executing), but a lot of times about facilitating problem-understanding. With this in mind, we’ve been acting on our responsibility to push good user research forward, with…