ISBN 9780349406794,The Practitioner's Guide to User Experience Design

The Practitioner's Guide to User Experience Design


Luke Miller


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ISBN 9780349406794

Hachette Publisher

Publication Year 2015

ISBN 9780349406794

ISBN-10 0349406790


Number of Pages 192 Pages
Language (English)


The core mission of User Experience (UX) design is to craft digital experiences that not only empower but delight users and we've never had a better set of tools for doing so. Not only is there strong demand in digital product development for people with UX skills, but technology is evolving so rapidly and in such interesting ways that the work affords constant opportunities to innovate and let your creativity run. But how do you get into UX Design, Do you have to know how to write code or do you need a degree in design and what exactly is UX, Does it refer to the process or the result in the Practitioner's Guide to User Experience Luke Miller answers all of these questions and draws on his own experience and examples of specific projects to walk you through the methods used by designers to craft user experiences. These include, Techniques of user research, including conducting user interviews and surveys and creating personas to represent the range of users you're appealing to, as well as performing competitive analysis of rival products.
About the Author
Luke Miller is a user experience designer and researcher. He began his career in UX with the Wall Street Journal and in the beginning of 2013 moved on to help form the new Yahoo mobile product office in NYC in the same year he co-founded Tumbleweed, a production studio that makes mobile story telling experiences in addition to teaching UX design classes at General assembly he also teaches a mobile specific course at Parsons the New School for Design, is a guest lecturer at Columbia Business School and mentors startups, entrepreneurs and design professionals. He holds an MS in information science from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.

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