Next up in our Ask the UXperts chatroom we’ll be talking about something a little bit different.
Mick McGee, CEO and co-founder of EchoUser is going to educate us on the interesting concept of ‘[B]Designing for Any Experience.[/B]’
Mick wants UXers to understand that design is bigger than a button on a webpage. It is about seeing design in other ways that we may not have thought about before. In his own words:
Designers need to constantly challenge themselves to look beyond the single product or service they may be tasked to improve. Their work needs to be put into the context of the environment in which people interact with the product, including all the potential touch points that can impact the user experience from discovery to the way we incorporate it into our daily lives.
Any Experience encompasses the importance of integrating thoughtful design into systems and processes as well as products, by dissecting and redesigning places and experiences that we have every day.
For those of you that are new to Ask the UXperts sessions, they are text based chat (no audio), very casual, and best of all, completely free!
If you can’t make the session but have questions for Mick, feel free to post them here and I’ll ask on your behalf.