Four tips to help you kickstart your Request for Proposal (RFP) when you don't have all the requirements. 1) Reevaluate who you're going to for answers; 2) Provide the information you do have; 3) Forget the fluff; 4) Reverse engineer. From the user-centered design experts at Anthro-Tech.
Anthro-Tech Founder & CEO, Suzanne Boyd, was invited to join a panel discussion hosted by the Facebook UX Research program S.H.I.P. quarterly speaker series. Start Here to Inspire Product.
The UX industry preaches the importance of plain language, but that doesn’t mean it’s immune to jargon. Far from it, in fact. From “accessibility” to “tree-testing” to “UX concepts,” we UXers use a variety of terms every day that can cause confusion. Below, we’ve provided definitions and visual examples of some common UX jargon.
When we work with clients on user research, service design, or website redesign projects, we always emphasize the use of plain language. We want to ensure users have an easy time finding and digesting the information they need. Remember: Everyone benefits from simple, effective content.