When conducting user research, it’s important to keep in mind the following five tips and best practices to ensure you find real problems and solutions.
Posts Tagged: HCD
Human-centered design starts with understanding the people at the core of the problem to uncover their needs and create solutions that work for them.
Making design integral to government will help deliver services efficiently, cut costs and improve the public’s quality of life.
Involving your public in the shaping of processes that affect them can give you insight into the public and create a defensible decision-making framework for offering services to your community.
A technology-centric approach to cybersecurity is essential, but not sufficient. The nation’s recent history of data breaches, many of which began with phishing attacks, suggests that agencies need to take a people-centric approach as well.
Perhaps its time to consider a new approach that puts people at the center, or human-centered design (HCD).
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog arguing that everyone designs. In that post, I talked about how those of us with little to no design experience are still designers (just little “d” designers), as we work to improve situations and experiences around us. Big “D” Designers, on the other hand, are those individualsRead… Read more »
You have probably heard the concept of human-centered design (HCD) thrown around, but you may be wondering what it’s all about. If you’re like me, you’ve probably searched for ‘human-centered design’ on the internet to learn more. In doing so, you were most likely confronted with a number of results that link to different HCDRead… Read more »