As technology has advanced, the importance of how humans interact with systems, machines, and each other, have also advanced into a fusion of disciplines, coalescing under the banner of “user experience.” And though “experience” is a vast and abstract notion that is highly contingent on the user, successful experiences in either service or product design are ultimately based upon solid design principles.
Documents, photos, orders – how to list them? Is it better to use My Documents or Your Documents? Are My Orders more understandable than Your Orders?
If you are novice in web design field or need a website, you’re probably confused with all that design and user related terms. We tried to help you by making a list with crucial phrases related to web design. Here’s the collection of definitions with some extra words from us (where needed).
Many people don’t understand the term User Experience Design, asking me questions like: “Are you a web designer?”, “Is your job to just make websites?” or “Is UX designer really necessary for website designing process?”.
Being user experience specialist for many years now, every once in a while someone asks me if I could recommend some books for UX newbies. Here’s the list of books I find very helpful
Let’s start with the following quote:
The golden rule for every business man is this: “Put yourself in your customer’s place.” – Orison Swett Marden
Process of making websites consists of four essential phases, each of which can be further divided into several processes.
Human Factors International, Inc. (HFI), has launched an animated video on YouTube called “The ROI of User Experience”.