Design and build projects are often difficult to kick-off, especially when you’re struggling to convey your ideas and understand the solutions being suggested. This can lead to delays, confusion and potential rework.
Rapid prototyping provides a quick and visual solution to identifying, documenting and validating project requirements in an interactive way.
In this session Jamie will take you through examples of rapid prototypes and show you how this approach can bring your projects to life and reduce development time, costs and help to maintain your relationship with your clients.
This month I was fortunate enough to have been asked to speak at a conference, alongside my colleague Chris Bush, on the topic of PET ™ Design Theory, “Persuasion, Emotion and Trust”. The conference was being hosted in Gothernburg, Sweden by Maverick, a Swedish based digital agency by Sigma.
PET design uses research-based techniques to leverage the science of Persuasion, Emotion, and Trust to make websites more engaging, compelling, and effective. This innovative methodology complements classic usability, empowering companies to achieve their business goals.
Presentations and Resources
We presented two sessions on the topic, an introduction to PET and then a session looking at some examples of the PET design applied.
Introducing (PET ™) Design Theory, “Persuasion, Emotion and Trust”
Applying Persuasion Design and PET ™ Theory in the Real World