Chris Cochran: Design Decisions Make Delightful UX

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November 16, 2014

When starting a design project, we sometimes begin with the final vision, without asking the questions of who, what, when, where, why, and how. Design is usually defined as the visual. When it is the steps taken to the finished outcome. It is the process, the area between knowing and doing. The making. Not the styling, nor the graphics, it’s the reasoning behind the decisions. Creating solutions, that solve the issues for the user (and the owner). The bridge between vision and reality.

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