Physical UX: using 2 drive thru lanes

Physical UX: Are 2 lanes better for fast paced restaurants?

So I think we needed to have something about Physical UX and how installation design will improve user experience. In this case, I’ll demonstrate this with mathematical theory (remember: UX is a science!). There’s a bit of Urban UX involved, hope you like it. A question about installation design...

Quantum UX (QUX) cover

Quantum UX and XCI: towards a powerful UX paradigm

Updated on February 11 , 2020 from the original “A basic intro to Quantum UX and XCI in User Experience.” This article continues on Quantum UX vs Design Thinking. Top 5 differences and quick guide A few months ago we published a sneak peek of our XCI-based UX framework....

Design Thinking vs Quantum UX Differences

Quantum UX vs Design Thinking. Top 5 differences and quick guide

Design Thinking vs Quantum UX Due to the uniqueness of QUX and its fluid features, definitions alone may not be enough to understand how to use this paradigm. A good way to understand the difference with other frameworks or UX paradigms is a visual comparison. Since the most used...

Sensorial UX: Sensory integration in product design

Sensory UX: A new approach that improves user experiences

Sensory UX (aka Sensorial UX) is a new branch between the many UX disciplines. One particularity of Sensory UX is that it always existed, even in ancient times. And there were many experiments and inventions that used that paradigm. However, as a clear and more regulated UX field, it...

Gender inclusive UX design

Inclusive UX Design: The Best Way To Reach Universal UX?

Being as we are evangelists of accessibility and inclusion, it was about time we had an article on inclusive UX design, also known as Universal UX. Here at Dorve UX we believe in total inclusion, regardless of race, creed, age or gender. In the field of User Experience, it...

factorial design experiments

Factorial design: A powerful research tool

In this article, we’ll discuss factorial design experiments, a powerful methodology any researcher must know. Like any statistical research technique, it may sound a bit heavy. Therefore, I tried to simplify the contents in order to accurately explain what is factorial design (or factorial experiments) and how to use...

user experience is for humans

HCI: Great user experiences are meant only for humans. Or not?

Note: this is a modified extract of one of the chapters of my new book on Multidimensional User Experience or Quantum UX (QUX). Parts of this article appeared in Spanish in a previous article I wrote at UXpanol When we talk about UX or User Experience, we always talk...

Great Design Principles

5 Great UX Design Principles of Successful IT Companies

Update: you might be interested in our new list of free tools for UX, UI and Web designers. A hand curated list of 25 free resources we actually tested (we use some of them every day), so no paid links, no referrals, no bias. Hope you like it! This...

User Experience History: Apple First Computer

User Experience History: More than 100 years of amazing wonders

User Experience History is as fascinating as the evolution of culture and technology in the 20th century, as it accompanied or even led such evolution! In times where UXD is more common, some people forgot that UXD is not just UI, but much more than that! And it existed...

Decission path and intentionality

Intentionality in User Experience. Empathize with your users

(Note: this note has nothing to do with the concept of intentionality used by self-help or personal improvement sites) One of the most common words or concept when we are creating a user case or flow is intention, or intentionality. Of course, this is completely logical since every time...

Breaking News: UX is not UI. And that isn't a bad thing!

Breaking News: UX is not UI. And that isn’t a bad thing!

Let’s say it now: UX is not UI. Period. We can usually find (especially in job offers) a search for “ UX / UI Designer ” or “UX / UI Developer”.  And, of course, there are thousands of designers and developers trained in the UX area who are looking for work. Because of this, there are...

“Like” vs Bookmarks vs Favorites

“Like” vs Bookmarks vs Favorites

In the connected world of the Web, where the information is endless and the organization systems of such information are even more unattainable (technically they are infinite), one of the most common processes is a kind of information microorganization: storage or preservation of such information This process can be...

Persona in UX

UX Personas: A simple method to identify our users accurately

Today we’ll talk about personas or personae , from a UX point of view. For all those who dedicate to the User Experience , the concept of personas  is nothing new, we use it constantly. However, for those who have just started on this fascinating path, this concept is really important....

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