Products designed and built to achieve business goals alone will eventually fail; personal goals of users need to be addressed.
An American software designer and programmer. Widely recognized as the “Father of Visual Basic".
A big definition of who you are as a designer is the way you look at the world. And I guess one of the curses of what you do, is you are constantly looking at something and thinking, ‘Why? Why is it like that? Why is it like that and not like this?’
Former Chief Design Officer of Apple, currently serving as a Chancellor of the Royal College of Art.
A door may afford pulling or pushing, depending on which way it opens. When a person can see in advance whether to pull or push the door to open it, that’s a good user interface.
A former Sun Microsystems Engineer and "The world's leading expert on Web usability" (www.useit.com).
If value goes out to the people who use the product, it’s highly likely that value will come back to the creator. Value out equals value back in.
UX designer who writes books, runs podcast and teaches public about designing and building great products that deliver meaningful user experience (UX).