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Discussing Design Without Losing Your Mind – Code and Creativity 2014

Getting feedback from clients, teams, and stakeholders can be terrifying. We’ve all had our designs berated during painful meetings that result in nothing actionable or useful.
This presentation will provide tips and techniques for improving the conversations you have surrounding design with your teams, clients, and organizations. Continue reading

25. October 2014 by Aaron Irizarry

Features vs Outcomes

“The features don’t matter. It’s all about the outcomes. What can people do with your software? How does it make them better or happier?” Nice brief right on on users becoming advocates based on the outcomes of using your apps. http://www.bluemangolearning.com/blog/2011/04/its-not-what-your-software-does-its-what-people-do-with-your-software/

07. May 2012 by Aaron Irizarry

Assessment of context and suitability in design

“Experiences should be designed. If your interface will be used by humans, you need to design it for humans. Familiarity may well be a factor to consider in that design, but it’s by no means the only one – and … Continue reading

03. May 2012 by Aaron Irizarry

The Art of Critique: IA Summit 2012

This last March I had the opportunity to present on critique with Adam Connor at the IA Summit in New Orleans. I really enjoy attending the summit and to have the chance to present again this year was an opportunity that I … Continue reading

20. April 2012 by Aaron Irizarry

Owning Your Design Output

23. February 2012 by Aaron Irizarry

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