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Webinar: The Thoughtless Design of Everyday Things

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Why do so many software systems and physical products seem to have been designed by someone who has never used a product like that before? This presentation explores that mystery. You’ll see numerous examples of thoughtlessly designed products that violate nine principles of good design, along with some examples of particularly effective designs. Studying such products reveals many lessons that can help designers, product development managers, and even consumers. You’ll also see multiple techniques to help designers craft products with a focus on how consumers will use them, not just on their features. Whether you're a designer or just an interested and curious consumer -- like me -- you'll find this presentation insightful and entertaining.

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FEATURED SPEAKER Karl Wiegers Process Impact Karl is the author of numerous books on software development, project management, consulting, and other topics. During the past 50 years, he has designed chemistry experiments, software applications, user interfaces, software development processes, books, games, songs, and training courses. Contact Karl at ProcessImpact.com, KarlWiegers.com, or Thoughtless-Design.com.

FEATURED SPONSOR: Northwestern University, School of Professional Studies

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By Joana Davidson @ Tuesday, February 15, 2022 10:26 PM
Thanks for providing this webinar. I got a lot of new ideas on how can I improve my designs.

All the best!

By Alona143 @ Thursday, February 17, 2022 1:53 AM
This is a very big help to me. I learned many lessons that can help designers like me. .

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