Tag: user experience

How to create a first impression to the user experience?

One, MVP and MLP You have only one chance to impress your users. I often talk about the difference between building an MVP (Minimal Feasibility Product) and what I like to call MLP (Mincing Favorite Product). I do not Believe in building MVP. I’m more trust in building incredible incredible Product experiences, and the premise of this series of experiences is that you need an unforgettable first experience for every new user. MVP typically begins by throwing a bare-hearted Product prototype into the marketplace to get some feedback, and the MLP, on the other hand, takes the first experience of…

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Ten principles of user experience

1. The experience belongs to the user: Designers do not create the experience, they are just the medium to create the experience, the two are very different. Because experience is subjective, it can not be designed in the way of physical products. However, this does not mean that we can not design a framework for users to experience our products or services. If this framework is solid enough, then a good experience will follow. 2. Experience is holistic: Experience is no longer limited to the Product itself. It consists of all the parts of a larger System that are accessible…

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