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Most startups begin with a great idea and technical expertise. But there’s a profound difference between great technology and a great product. This post is for anyone who wants to build a product that people will actually use.
This is a quick guide to paper prototyping & testing for web interfaces, as an early part of the «user centred design» process. It is aimed at any kind of professional that is involved in the process of creating web or other screen interfaces.
Some secondary research (desk research) and primary research (field research) such as user interviews, expert interviews or user observations might give you a good idea about what other people and users seem to think and feel about a process or a product.
Ever struggled with managing your projects or PMs trying to do so? Well, there is an app… hmm… or something different for that.
Great! You’ve got your design brief, areas of interest you want to look into, and some interviews lined up. But what‘s next?
Good stories get shared. If your users share their positive experience dealing with your service, brand or product you have probably done a good job. Enable them to do so!
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