4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great for UX design tips and techniques,
This review is from: Undercover User Experience Design (Voices That Matter) (Paperback)
At last: an accessible, easy to digest UX design book, which addresses the realities that practitioners may face day in, day out.
There are some excellent ideas to use to get buy-in from others. By highlighting a "smorgasbord" of techniques, a plan can be created which will fit the inevitable time and budgetary constraints. It proves that an effective UX design process doesn't have to be lengthy nor expensive.
The great thing about this publication is that the authors clearly and succinctly explain when to use these techniques, how to get the most out of them, and how they'll move the project along. In particular, some of the design exercises will work wonders in demonstrating the value of collaboration to a project team.
There may be a lack of depth, but this allows this book to be consumed in a few hours. There are plenty of other sources available, which can provide more detail if the reader requires it. My advice is to just give the ideas a try; I think I'll learn more from trying to practically apply them!
PS: I will remove Post-It notes in the correct way from now on.