Jack Yager
By:Jack Yager Posted On: Topic:Design

16 reasons why your software may be a psychopath

Most of the software, computer systems, devices, and digital interfaces that we constantly interact with have a shocking number of qualities in common with people who are psychologically classified as psychopaths. Despite increased awareness, discourse, and focus on “user-centered” design, people are continually exposed to what can be defined as psychopathic interfaces. Find out if your software is a psychopath with our 16-point checklist.

Chris Wilkinson
By:Chris Wilkinson Posted On: Topic:Design

Applying research in product design

From exploratory, to generative, to formative, and summative, research helps make the right decisions throughout the product design and build lifecycle. Learn more from our Director of Product Design Chris Wilkinson.

Aurimas Adomavicius
By:Aurimas Adomavicius Posted On: Topic:Design

Beyond usable: Investing in delight for digital products

At a bare minimum, software applications need to be usable and useful. But more organizations are seeing the benefit in building digital products that tolerate user mistakes and allow users to learn the systems in a fraction of the time and training costs. This approach, design thinking, has given the discipline of design a greater voice in enterprise digital strategy. Products that adopt design thinking not only meet the bare minimum usability requirements, they also create brand advocates. This post details how design can take products from usable to useful. Then, to desirable—and finally—to delightful. 

Miguel Martinez
By:Miguel Martinez Posted On: Topic:Design
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