journey based on ux design principles by Don Norman
what is it
a journey built according to Don Norman’s ux design principles, which through structuring questions establishes fundamental interaction parameters centered on the user’s experience with the product.
the fundamentals of uxdesign principles were first published in 1988 by Don Norman.
why to use
a journey based on the six fundamental design principles proposed by Norman is an appropriate roadmap to guide the development of interfaces. considering fundamental aspects of the tactile and cognitive interaction between object and user, it establishes criteria to be observed in order to guarantee a good experience.
when to use
the journey offers a design vision centered on the user experience, which can be applied both in the development of new interfaces and in the improvement of existing ones. a basic tool to understand how to design and make your products more efficient, effective and pleasant to use.
how to use
the strategic journey structured from uxdesign principles has six points of divergence that must be applied with the team to define each of the topics proposed by Don Norman in his original methodology. for each topic of the original methodology, we put together a divergence kit in strategeegia.digital with questions to help the team collaboratively define the necessary decisions for the project.
each fundamental design principle as proposed by Don Norman was converted into a divergence kit, generating the six kits in the list below:
- the visibility
- the feedback
- the affordance
- the mapping
- the restrictions
- the consistency