Value Networks User Experience (UX) topic overview/definition
Value Networks: Concept Definition
Products do not exist in isolation. They require users, suppliers, stakeholders,etc. to provide value and while the products provide initial value; in many instances the network of internal and external interactions with a product provides great additional value. For example, Facebook would be a pretty poor product if it only had one user; its users provide additional value by contributing to the product and enabling the product.
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Value Networks and Why They Matter
We know, almost instinctively, that networks hold value. Human beings are by nature social creatures and our own social networks (not just those online) provide a framework for our behaviors and structure to our lives. Yet, the value of networks in business is often overlooked. Designers looking to drive adoption and appropriation of products, i...