Author: Teo Siang

Publications

Publication period start: 2016
Publication period end: 2019
Number of co-authors: 1

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Rikke Dam
42

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Rikke Dam
144

Publications

How to Change Your Career from Graphic Design to UX Design.

Learn How to Use the Best Ideation Methods: SCAMPER.

Empathy Map – Why and How to Use It.

Personas – A Simple Introduction. Creating personas helps you understand your users’ needs, experiences, behaviours and goals. Learn more about how they help you create great user experiences.

Define and Frame Your Design Challenge by Creating Your Point Of View and Ask “How Might We”.

Map the Stakeholders.

What is Ideation – and How to Prepare for Ideation Sessions.

Understand the Elements and Thinking Modes that Create Fruitful Ideation Sessions.

Create Some Space – for Ideation Sessions and Design Thinking.

Introduction to the Essential Ideation Techniques which are the Heart of Design Thinking.

Learn How to Use the Best Ideation Methods: Brainstorming, Braindumping, Brainwriting, and Brainwalking.

Learn How to Use the Best Ideation Methods: Worst Possible Idea.

Methods to Help You Define Synthesise and Make Sense in Your Research.

Learn How to Use the Best Ideation Methods: Challenge Assumptions.

Learn How to Use the Best Ideation Methods: Analogies.

How to Select the Best Idea by the end of an Ideation Session.

14 Barriers to Ideation – and How to Overcome Them.

Design Thinking: Get Started with Prototyping.

Prototyping in Design Thinking: How to Avoid Six Common Pitfalls.

What Kind of Prototype Should You Create?.

Prototyping: Learn Eight Common Methods and Best Practices.

Test Your Prototypes: How to Gather Feedback and Maximise Learning.

From Prototype to Product: Ensuring Your Solution is Feasible and Viable.

Affinity Diagrams – Learn How to Cluster and Bundle Ideas and Facts.

The Power of Stories in Building Empathy.

How to Calculate the Return on Investment of a Design Education.

Essential Design Thinking Videos and Methods.

How to Change Your Career from Marketing to UX Design.

How to Change Your Career from Web Design to UX Design. Changing careers isn’t as hard as it’s often made out to be, especially if you’ve got the right resources to help you make the change. Get yourself prepared.

I’m a business manager. How do I become a UX designer?.

What is Interaction Design?. Interaction Design (IxD) is the process of creating interactive products and services by moving beyond the item and focusing on how users will interact with it.

Bad Design vs. Good Design: 5 Examples We can Learn From. Explore five examples of bad design, shine the light on how good design can make them work, and distil some lessons so you can create great user experiences.

Using Mobile Apps – The One Thumb, One Eyeball Test for Good Mobile Design.

What is Design Thinking and Why Is It So Popular?. Design Thinking is being taught at leading universities around the world. Here we’ll cut to the chase and tell you what it is, as well as why it’s so in demand.

Design Thinking: New Innovative Thinking for New Problems.

Obstacles to Problem Solving and Innovation in Design Thinking.

5 Stages in the Design Thinking Process. Design Thinking is a human-centered, iterative process that designers use to tackle problems. It has 5 steps—Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype and Test.

Question Everything.

Stage 2 in the Design Thinking Process: Define the Problem and Interpret the Results. The second stage of the Design Thinking process involves synthesizing observations about your users from the first, empathize stage to create problem statements.

Stage 3 in the Design Thinking Process: Ideate. In the third, ideation stage of Design Thinking, design thinkers spark off ideas—in the form of questions and solutions—through creative and curious activities.

Stage 4 in the Design Thinking Process: Prototype. One of the best ways to gain insights in a Design Thinking process is to carry out some form of prototyping—and this occurs in the fourth stage of the process.

Stage 5 in the Design Thinking Process: Test. Prototypes are often used in the final, testing phase in the Design Thinking process to reveal new solutions to problems, and test how successful they are.

Design Thinking: Select the Right Team Members and Start Facilitating.

Design Thinking: Get a Quick Overview of the History.

Design Thinking: A Quick Overview.

Design Thinking: Getting Started with Empathy.

How to Develop an Empathic Approach in Design Thinking.

7 Simple Ways to Get Better Results from Ethnographic Research.

The Building Blocks of Visual Design.