Literature on Design Management
Design Management (An Introduction) - Taking Charge of Processes and People
Design management is a complex field; it doesn’t relate to a single design discipline and the exact responsibilities attached to a design manager will depend on the organization they work for, the size of that organization (and the tier in the hierarchy at which the manager operates), the industry they work in, the current market position and to...
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6 Blind Men Walk Into a Bar… The UX Punchline
The blind men of our tale begin their day in a bar. They are drinking together when a man runs in and says; “I have a problem! I have found this amazing creature but I don’t know what it is!”Unfortunately, for our befuddled zoo keeper – there are no customers in the bar except the blind guys. However, emboldened by the beer, they offer to give t...
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Stand on the shoulders of giants and follow international standards
Design can be very subjective. This leads UX practitioners facing criticism and a lack of credibility when dealing with other more scientific disciplines. Fortunately, you can rely on international standards to refer to and easily bridge the gap. The ISO 9241 Standard for the Ergonomics of Human-System Interaction is directly aligned with...
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The Tipping Point in UX Design
The Tipping Point was postulated by the best-selling author MalcomGladwell. He wanted to examine change in society and he concluded that extreme changes happen both quickly and unexpectedly.He came to the conclusion that new ideas can spread virally; in the same way that diseases can spread in epidemic patterns. That there was a “tipping point” ...
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