Keypoints– Learn about project requirements from stakeholders.
– Know the users.
– Find any type of insights.
Human-Centered Design is an iterative methodology and we can use it to create great (user) experiences. Also, it’s employed to achieve those activities that make up the new exciting technique, which called Design Thinking.
Human-Centered Design give us the ability to change how exactly we approach the digital service, product, or any kind of experience design. But “how” exactly we can do that? You could involve stakeholders and users, early on in our requirements specification and throughout the design and development process. This helps us to avoid failure caused by assuming we know what exactly users want.
The most significant for me is to have people love the thing I make. The reason I do what I do is that I love to watch people love the thing that I’m making.Vasilis Baimas