Empathy maps are a way to understand what your users are thinking and feeling when they are using your specific digital product or service. Empathy maps help build a broader understanding of the why behind user needs and actions.
Inclusive design is a core value and a practice that requires us to recognize exclusion and understand when it happens.
By definition, Zero UI removes the traditional graphic user interface (GUI) from the equation and uses nature interactions of haptic feedback, context aware, ambient, gestures and voice recognition.
In the increasingly competitive battle for user attention, creators need to leverage new technology to captivate in the most engaging manner to attract an audience. This need, combined with technological advances, has given birth to dynamic storytelling through multimedia experiences.
When designing in a multi-screen world, the three major factors to consider at minimum are: viewing distance, touch area, and touch targets and interactions.
The question becomes how do we balance designing digital content for two demographics that are at opposite ends of the age spectrum, access content in different ways, and have different cognitive abilities and digital competencies?