UX Method Outcomes A-Z
The problems business stakeholders intend to solve as a result of the work at hand.
The coordinated set of colors to be used in interface visual design.
Insight into the quality, content, and scope of existing content.
The arrangement and structure of categories used to classify content and resources.
The page level prioritization of information.
A repeatable set of behaviors for content and functionality in a given interface.
The set of labels used to represent a collection of content and functionality.
The user's conceptualization of how a system or service works.
The structure of data elements used to describe a collection of content and functionality.
Insight into users' ability to locate content via navigation affordances.
The patterns of links that let users move between content and interface elements.
A visual or schematic representation of a website's categories, structure, and navigation.
Task Completion Insight
Insight into how easy it is for users to accomplish defined tasks.
The implementation limitations that a design solution must be able to accommodate.
Font choice and combination recommendations for the display of text.
Insight into how users interact with an interface, service, or product.
The objectives users hope to meet or problems they hope to solve in using an interface.
A measure of users' perception of a tool's effectiveness and ease of use.
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