The Right Thought, Not Far Enough
I talked about design and comments in a post Friday. My theory, based on my experience and continuous conversations with readers, was that design has an impact on whether we leave a comment in response to what we read. I was on the right track, but my thinking was just short of where it should have taken me. I should have gone deeper. I also should have left more room for other folks to add their experiences. Details in such conversations are the the nuggets and the takeaways.
We Break Stuff Said It Better
This morning I read an article from We Break Stuff on design.
What We Break Stuff says is crucial and brilliant.
IÃ¢â¬â¢m not talking about large type, gradient and rounded-corner design, but the understand user needs, develop meaningful experiences design. IÃ¢â¬â¢m talking about the art of tailoring products to the necessities of the user, creating emotional connections and building compelling solutions.
Emotional Connection — I felt that thought, I recognized it when I read it. We Break Stuff had nailed it.
Let’s take a look at how they propose we give readers a complete and compelling experience.