Lattice of Value User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Lattice of Value: Concept Definition
The lattice of value is based on the idea of value creation for groups of users. It assumes that each user group will require specific value (which may not be the same) from a product in order to adopt that product. However, products which provide additional value based on both sets of users adopting the product are likely to create higher rates of adoption than those which only provide unique benefits to each set of user.
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The Lattice of Value and Product Adoption
Products must have value. It’s a key rule of design. If they don’t have value, people won’t buy them. It’s that simple. Designers have to eat and thus they must create products people will buy. There are many ways to create value; value can be both quantitative (e.g. a product provides $100 of benefits) or qualitative (e.g. a product makes me fe...