Designing for the Digital Age How to Create Human-Centered Products and Services
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Description: From the masters of design at Cooper, this is the authoritative book on designing Web sites, software, handhelds, and all other interactive products. Thisis a detailed how-to using the proven methods developed by leading interaction design consultancy Cooper and focuses on process and work practices, rather than on the principles which are adequately covered by About Face 3 and other books.This is the book that helps individuals and companies get from "design is a good idea" to "we did design and succeeded at it." Inside, Kim Goodwin describes how to build an individual or organizational design capability, from the roles and skills on the design team to the political and project management issues the team will have to handle. The book provides detailed instruction on the entire design process: scoping the project, planning and conducting ethnographic research, turning that research into user models called personas, developing idealized scenarios that drive the design concept, developing and assessing the concept, and iterating that concept to develop a product specification. Digital Product Design doesn't simply provide a theoretical basis for design; it also provides the advice and tools designers will need to get their designs adopted and built in the real world. This full color book is liberally illustrated with examples, anecdotes, and exercises.Topics covered include: Research: Why, What and Whom Understanding Potential Users and Customers Modeling: What, Why and How Creating Personas User & Domain Analysis Visualizing Solutions Form Factor and Interaction Framework Visual and Industrial Design Language Evolving the Visual Design Collaboration Within and Outside of the Design TeamAnd more.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
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Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/3/2009
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
|Goal-Directed Product and Service Design|
|Assembling the Team|
|Understanding the Business|
|Planning User Research|
|Understanding Potential Users and Customers|
|Other Sources of Information and Inspiration|
|Making Sense of Your Data: Modeling|
|Putting It All Together: The User and Domain Analysis|
|Framework Definition: Visualizing Solutions|
|Principles and Patterns for Framework Design|
|Designing the Form Factor and Interaction Framework|
|Principles and Patterns in Design Language|
|Developing the Design Language|
|Communicating the Framework and Design Language|
|Detailed Design: Making Your Ideas Real|
|Detailed Design Principles and Patterns|
|Detailed Design Process and Practices|
|Evaluating Your Design|
|Communicating Detailed Design|
|Supporting Implementation and Launch|
|Improving Design Capabilities in Individuals and Organizations|