Design automation. Speed to market. Usability testing. Business innovation. Software design.
Learn about the many applications of human-centered design within the business enterprise in this roundup of our most-read articles from the second quarter of 2016:
Rethink What It Means to Innovate
20th century designer Charles Eames once said, “Innovate as a last resort. More horrors are done in the name of innovation than any other.” What can we learn from his cautionary remarks during an era defined by transformation and disruption?
The Automated Future of Human-centered Design
Human-centered design can not only ensure the successful rollout of an enterprise system, but also effectively identify and solve problems within an existing system. But what if the software itself could learn about an individual’s behavior and adapt accordingly following deployment?
How Human-centered Design Accelerates Speed to Market
An important benefit of human-centered design is the ability to solve enterprise problems at greater speed and scale. The process of empathizing with your customers, rapid prototyping and frequent testing can deliver a better end product and hasten speed to market.
Designing Business Software Is Like Building a House
The most effective business software products—those that anticipate and satisfy user needs—are developed in a way that parallels the process of designing and building a home. Both require an understanding of people and an analysis of how the product will be used.
Why Do Usability Testing?
Great design starts with a detailed understanding of the people who will use the product. Usability testing provides an opportunity to evaluate how well the design of a software application, device or website holds up in the real world with human participants.