Monthly Archives: December 2011
Playfulness: An experience is all about engaging someone, make it memorable by injecting some fun. When all is said and done, as humans we value experiences that help us to successfully reach our goals.
Consistency: All parts of the Experience should look and feel, like they’re from the same family, brand and theme.
Emotional Response: Resonate with you customers by changing their lives, making an impact that helps them to thrive.
Flow: Empower your users with agency, don’t slow them down with delays or mediocrity.
Context: Show you understand your customers voices, by providing them with meaningful choices.
Aesthetics: Your experience’s graphics should be a high quality, and applied consistently for a memorable identity.
Accessibility: An experience may differ based on user-ability, widen your audience with good Accessibility.
Narrative: Every experience should tell a good story, always stay on message to achieve product glory.
Usability: Evaluate products with usability testing, observe your users behavoiur and eliminate guessing!
Desirability: Create products that fulfill goals and desires, then you will convert customers into life-long admirers.