User Flow User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
User Flow: Concept Definition
Designing pages for websites and applications doesn't always produce the best results. The design process separates look, feel and process from what the user is trying to accomplish. An alternative approach to this kind of design is to design for user flows and thus focus on what the user needs to get done and how to deliver that in the most effective manner possible. This should lead to better user experiences as it places the user at the heart of the design process.
For your convenience, we’ve collected all UX literature that deals with User Flow. Here’s the full list:
External Cognition in Product Design: 3 Ways to Make Use of External Cognition in Product Design
Learn to design products and systems that make your user’s lives easier by relieving them of their cognitive load, the amount of effort being used in their working memory. As you design your user flows, minimizing the need for people to remember things as they navigate through your product or system will increase your user’s desire to continue u...
Flow Design Processes - Focusing on the Users' Needs
It can be really tempting to start a design project by leaping into the deep end and starting to sketch out pages and work on the information architecture of the final product. However, it’s almost certainly the wrong approach to take. To create great user experiences – designers must focus on the user’s needs and that means developing an unders...