I recently used CARD method with soem modifications to help end-users of an application project their future workflow for a system that was being re-designed and articluate the requirements about the system within the context of the scenarios that were generated .
Being new to the greater Cincinnati area, one of the
first things I became aware of was The Banks project. What I most frequently
hear is skepticism and doubt as to whether it will ever be realized. From what
I can surmise, recent progress includes beginning construction on residential
and retail developments.
In recent usability testing of an e-commerce site in Sweden we confirmed the low motivation of signing up for an account. We worked on the problem and brainstormed a solution to “shop as a guest”.
One of the stakeholders is concerned about fraud and swindles, especially writing a wrong email address which we need for order confirmation. Some wrong person would get a confirmation about an order which he/she has not placed and contact the media about our uncontrolled customer data.
I started in information architecture in 2007, I got out of it and now I am trying to get back into IA/UX. I consequently do not have the 5+ years of experience or the mandatory "senior titles", but I do have the education! I came across this in a recent job posting: "5+ years of agency experience working on site builds. Someone who really understands the user experience." I was initially hired because I was a user experience professional.
I'd love to hear your feedback on the 6 Pathways, or from those who want
to get involved as speakers, participants or sponsors. We also have
some scholarship places available for students & start-ups.
The new MEX is based around 6 Pathways. These are ongoing initiatives
designed to create fresh knowledge for the community, spanning pre-event
blog posts, our Twitter feed, the 2 day event itself and a post-event
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