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Slowing Down the Design

Koan #18

While I was recently pondering UX processes and methods, I began to play with the idea of running through a complete UX process. You know, the kind that are always glorified in those glamorous diagrams from some organizing body. They are usually comprehensive flows, showing where you actually do some research (with real users), validate your concept, design, test, iterate, etc.

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Chris Kiess

Chris Kiess

Healthcare User Experience Designer in the Greater Chicago area

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