A few case studies and design examples
For those recruiters or corporate directors who stay abreast of current trends, it's evident that "UX" extends beyond merely crafting visually appealing screen designs (often referred to as "pixel pushing"). Enclosed are several case studies illustrating user experience, accompanied by some conventional visual designs from my extensive professional background, which may not emphasize the UX aspect.
My initial exposure to "Design Thinking" came through the Invision documentary "The Loop," which showcased IBM's transformation from a conventional corporate aesthetic to a more inventive and engaging approach to product design."
In their own words:
"It enables us to build on our successes and learn from our failures along the way. When taken to heart, the Loop keeps us moving forward despite the uncertainty the future may hold."
The essence of the loop process was a continual dedication to delivering solutions for the problems and challenges users encounter with a product. While not an entirely novel idea, mirroring the principles of agile methodology, the presentation of this approach in "The Loop" resonated with me. It aligned with the natural workings of my mind in everyday situations, seamlessly integrating with my design thought process.
By embracing this methodology, the projects and products I work on are poised to become more robust, intuitive, and adept at addressing the obstacles faced by users. Essentially, it encapsulates the role of a "User Experience Designer" perfectly.
A great synopsis is located on their official page.
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