The design psychology we’re exploring takes on the role of a UX design psychologist. It’s a combination of neuroscience, cognitive psychology, social psychology and human computer interaction that approaches user experience design through the lens of human behavior.
XD Behind the Design
Ever wished you could just take a sneak-peek inside their minds? We chat with a product designer, a scrum master and a UX researcher to get the scoop on how they think about project phases, what they love and hate, and some of their typical thoughts at each stage.
Of course you want to understand your users so you can create a product that more authentically serves their needs. But what does it really mean to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes? How about five miles? That’s what the product development and user experience design teams at Fitbit began asking when they realized their user base had changed.
Brandon Wu and his global team of entrepreneurs are innovating a solution for the divide they see between a single image Instagram and 1000-word blog posts — but that’s not the only gap they are bridging.
We’re spending more time talking to our mobile devices, and the world of voice UX design is exploding. Jonathan Myers and Dave Grossman of interactive storytelling platform Earplay share their hard-won secrets for effective voice UX design.
Moving experiences off the screen in an increasingly digital and connected world is inevitable. Stimulant’s clients range from museums and iconic national landmarks to cutting-edge and innovative companies, each seeking to create more meaningful and interactive experiences for their customers.