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Beginner’s Guide to Personas - Here's another powerful marketing tool for building a blog or business - "buyer personas" or "reader personas". By helping you understand your target audience, personas can make every step of your marketing strategy faster, easier, and more effective.

Beginner’s Guide to Personas - Here's another powerful marketing tool for building a blog or business - "buyer personas" or "reader personas". By helping you understand your target audience, personas can make every step of your marketing strategy faster, easier, and more effective.

As I’ve been writing up my design process, I’ve been creating some more tools and templates.  Here is one for the ‘scoping’ and ‘understanding’ part of design wo…

As I’ve been writing up my design process, I’ve been creating some more tools and templates. Here is one for the ‘scoping’ and ‘understanding’ part of design wo…

A Five-Step Process For Conducting User Research (UX SMASHING)

A Five-Step Process For Conducting User Research (UX SMASHING)

User experience. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

User experience. If you're a user experience professional, listen to The UX Blog Podcast on iTunes.

HCD Toolkit (v2 - Sept 2014) | A step-by-step guide to the elements of human-centered design | by IDEO.org. The UX Blog podcast is also available on iTunes.

HCD Toolkit (v2 - Sept 2014) | A step-by-step guide to the elements of human-centered design | by IDEO.org. The UX Blog podcast is also available on iTunes.

*He’s the maestro of design diagrams. *I’m alarmed to realize that my adaptation of Hugh’s diagram, which I called “Anticonventional Products,” lacks any category for “unsuccessful products.” It’s strange to overlook the vast host of product failures. Oh well, back to the drawing board. http://www.dubberly.com/wp-content/uploads/2001/03/10_successful_product.png *Yes, there is more. OF COURSE there is more.

*He’s the maestro of design diagrams. *I’m alarmed to realize that my adaptation of Hugh’s diagram, which I called “Anticonventional Products,” lacks any category for “unsuccessful products.” It’s strange to overlook the vast host of product failures. Oh well, back to the drawing board. http://www.dubberly.com/wp-content/uploads/2001/03/10_successful_product.png *Yes, there is more. OF COURSE there is more.