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How to represent sample data in interaction designs

Dan Brown has made a poster that describes techniques for representing sample data in interaction designs. The techniques discussed are:

- Using actual data
- Using dummy data invented by the designer
- Replacing data with variable names
- Illustrating data through repeated characters (such as 9 or X)
- Replacing data with Latin or Greek text

The poster outlines the pros and cons of each technique, how stakeholder might respond to them, and best practices.

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Henrik Olsen - April 05, 2019 - via UXCentric

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User-centred dating strategy

Having problems getting a date? Having trouble grasping the concept of user-centred design? Here is the change to learn both at the same time! Miyuki Shimbo has designed a poster explaining user-centred design methods in terms of dating.

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Henrik Olsen - January 20, 2019 - via Bloug at louisrosenfeld.com

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User research techniques in comic book form

Dan Willis has created a condensed overview of some of the core techniques used in information architecture. The descriptions are in a comic book form and serve as entertaining reminders of some of our development options. Willis one-pagers cover sitepath diagramming, topic mapping, free listing, card sorting, and personas.

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Henrik Olsen - April 28, 2019 - via Usability Views

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See also: Site and flow diagramming (6)  Card sorting (13)  Personas (19)  The design process (24)  Usability testing (71) 


 

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Approaches to User Experience Design

George (interactionbydesign) Olsen has expanded on jjg's Elements of model.

The main addition is an immersion-orientated strand that runs through the middle which highlights creativity, choreography, mise-en-scene (arranging the scene) and the visual-sensory design.

This is accompanied by an Article on Boxes and Arrows.

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ben hyde - March 11, 2019 - via InfoDesign (to surf the community)

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What if making a swing was like making a website?

An explanation of why projects fail to meet users' needs.

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Henrik Olsen - May 27, 2019

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