In an age where technological advancement and user experience go hand in hand, it is important to know how and why your customers react to your website, products/services, and most of all, brand image. To see a dramatic increase in both efficiency and customer attraction, apply these 7 concepts to your business:
UX for Management:
- Agile Development- a way of developing software that uses iterative planning, the creation of user “stories,” and the delegation of tasks.
- Analytics- the process of extracting meaning from a broad range of data. This data might include demographics, page views, social media popularity (i.e. likes, shares), reviews, etc.
- CMS- Content Management System- a system that allows the creation, editing, and management of content from a central location.
- Balsamiq Mockups- a mockup/prototype creation tool, which is accessible to both Mac and Windows users.
- Responsive Design- a design that is capable of adjusting between screen sizes (i.e. mobile, tablet, and desktop), while maintaining functionality and aesthetics.
- Storyboard- a way of showing a user’s experience with a product/service with a series of portrayed visual events.
- Usability- how easily a person can learn how to use a product or service, such as an application, website, tool, or any kind of object that they interact with.
These concepts break down into 2 categories: managerial and design. The managerial concepts revolve around the day-to-day operations of the business itself. Such as, iterative product development, and the testing of products in pre-production.
The UX Design concepts are based on the actual product features and details.
Such as, technical layout, mockups, likeability, and functionality of the website, products or services.
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