This is an overlook of the five 🖐🏽circular 💫stages of development and growth we work on in our HubeeDubee ‘Focus’ sessions.
In the first part of the ‘Orientation Session’ we discuss the big picture of the whole development process and it’s circular nature. We also understand what skills we’ll need to practice and focus on in each stage of the process.
Leading design process holds the role of aligning management, development and marketing team players to a set of unified, communicated and prioritized goals, driving the team to its full collaborative work flow potential.
Provision the process with:
☝🏽Knowledge > Discovery, market research, referencing, differentiating, brain storming, branding, creative, storytelling, content characterization, persona mapping, user experience, design principals, architecture, wire-framing, user journeys flows, user testing.
Have you noticed that your users are not all the same? 😜 Different users have different daily challenges, goals & motivations. Understanding them will help you provide customized added value and engage them. In our journey we hack it, we discover what is the most impact full added value you can provide each type of your users. Hacking your users motivations & goals will help us define the key features we need to push out, adjust our messaging approach & design better customized user journeys, to drive full potential of your platform/service. We can hack it with the guideline of this self-made #Mural template in two sprint remote sessions.
👣 Step 1. INNER — OUTER Impact circles.
Place your Why’s, What’s, How’s & Values inside the circles. You should have a circle for each persona that you define.
Starting from the most ‘inner’ user with high permission usability level and expanding out to the ‘outer’ end user with lower permission usability level.
A positive significant experience is constructed from two opposed qualities ; the known and the unknown. A sense of home and a sense of an adventure. Together they provide a complete positive experience.We love feeling safe and to be familiar with our surrounding, but we are also curious creatures…