Design Thinking — UX Case Study

Eugene Bos
Dec 18, 2018 · 5 min read
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Questions I asked myself…

EMPATHY STAGE: “Get in their shoes with Interviews”

Handful of interviews to define the problems and pain points

DEFINE STAGE: Show yourself, you “Problem”!

Affinity map after the interviews, Though it was a stressful process…I got great insight!

IDEATE STAGE: Let’s get Brainstorming!

Mind-Map…Winston! 🤣

PROTOTYPE STAGE: “I don’t have a one-liner for this”

The design had to be simple and easy, so everyone could use it.

Conclusion


Eugene Bos

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Product Designer | “Genius is the ability to reduce the complicated to the simple.”

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