Now we tackle the unknown – issues that crop up as people review / use your deliverable.Continue reading
My second section of “The Usability of Deliverable” was on how to present and share your deliverable.
I talked about how knowing your audience (or audience culture) should impact your presentation style, some tips & tricks for presenting/sharing, and two approaches on organizing and presenting your deliverable.Continue reading
During my recent presentation on “The Usability of Deliverables: Making Deliverables Easier to Present and Use,” I focused most of my time on the first section, “introducing the deliverable.”
This is a relatively easy thing to do that can help prevent a lot of confusion and misunderstandings. And it’s not UX-specific – anyone who presents anything can benefit from this. A developer came up after the presentation and told me how useful he’d found it.Continue reading
I recently presented “The Usability of Deliverables: Making Deliverables Easier to Present and Use” at the Cleveland 2019 World Usability Day conference.
When deliverables aren’t easy to present and use, it’s a headache for everyone – both the creator and the consumer/reviewer of the deliverable. Why not spend a few extra minutes and avoid known hurdles?Continue reading