16+ Years UX Design Experience. 10 years Managing and leading teams. Currently Mentoring 25+ UI/UX Designers @Springboard Former @VA.Gov @AARP @IBM @UCSD. Select Client/Partner: Urban Outfitter, Anthropologie, American Apparel, and NASA
There are 3 types of AI. Using the design process we distill complex software down into simple delightful experience.
1. Cognitive insights provide an understandable dashboard of infographics.
2. Process automation makes work flows more efficient and cost effective.
3. Conversational AI allows for questions to be answered in real-time.
How might we increase emotional impact for your users?
Embarking on a new project has been deemed “the fuzzy front end” for teams in the past, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
For mature teams that have a product already in the mainstream, it is very different than burgeoning teams that have an idea, but it hasn’t made revenue yet.
In this one on one call, we’ll bring clarity to where you and your team are at in terms of revenue, innovation, and the design process. This way you know what steps to take to avoid common pitfalls that prevent teams from innovating.
If not diagnosed correctly, one can fall victim to the subjectivity of fast fashion, trends, and taste regarding the style of user interface.
Although it is true that the brand identity can often demand a premium price, and therefore increase the overall price one can charge for their products using psycho-econometrics, the return on investment from UX Design primarily comes from other places.
1. Cut Development 50%
2. Cut Customer Support 50%
3. Cut Marketing Costs
4. Increase Customer Satisfaction & Revenue
In this call, we can bring clarity to where your team is currently at with the UX Design process, and help distill down complex software into a simple revolutionary innovation that increases revenue over time.
Design Thinking popularized by former IDEO's CEO Tim Brown and his book "Change by Design" uses participatory design (the inclusion of interdisciplinary team members) to facilitate design decisions.
However, some of us have bear witness to the Design Thinking process dying a slow "death by committee." If your team is suffering from lower morale and disheartened results it may be time for a phone call with an expert Design Thinking Workshop Facilitator like Nate Chen.
Great Call with Nate, he is very helpful and knowledgeable. Definitely recommend!