Why UX matters in product design...
When people request software, they are really looking for a solution to a problem.
So asking clients to provide a list of features they require is like asking them to come up with the software solutions for themselves.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.
Why UX matters in product design...
When people request software, they are really looking for a solution to a problem.
So asking clients to provide a list of features they require is like asking them to come up with the software solutions for themselves.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.
Why UX matters in product design...
When people request software, they are really looking for a solution to a problem.
So asking clients to provide a list of features they require is like asking them to come up with the software solutions for themselves.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.
Not all stakeholders are software experts, so they may not be familiar with all the limits and capabilities that may apply. But they are experts of their own experiences, and familiar with the obstacles they encounter.
Instead of simply gathering requirements or taking feature requests, we need to unpack requests to better understand the complexity of the problem space.