Designing for Drunk Users with Austin Knight
“Your product or your website should be so simple and so well designed that even a drunk person could use it.”
In today’s episode of SEDaily, Jeff and Austin discuss why designing for a drunk user is a competitive advantage. Austin also explains why engineers need to think about UX and how they can incorporate UX considerations into development workflows.
Austin Knight is a designer and UX engineer at Hubspot.
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- Why is UX design so important in 2016?
- How does UX testing drive modern UX design?
- Why should we consider the average internet user to be drunk when we design web products?
- What insights did you get from watching a drunk guy navigate your website?
- Why is there a conflict between what a user does and what a user says?
- How can you institutionalize harsh feedback into your tests?
- Is there any benefit in treating design like art, and intuiting how a product should be defined?
- Why should software engineers care about design?