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Currently doing a M.Sc. Human Computer Interaction

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UX really is simple:

  1. Ask the users.
  2. Analyze their feedback.
  3. Design a better system.

(Adapted from "Feynman Problem Solving Algorithm")


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@PatrickMcElhaney We'll do this as a student project, updates will be posted there: twitter.com/#!/se_statistics
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Where could we search for related literature? Cognitive Psychology?
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comment What 5 things must I do to become a well-rounded, progressive UX Designer in my career?
"Wondering" is a good point to start. And analysing design from this perspective makes perfect sense: we need to see the "thing" as if we saw it the first time, in order to come closer to the original designer's decision-making process.