UX strategy

February 24, 2012

A UX strategy has four primary components:

  • Where are you now? Define the value you’re delivering to your users today, identify known issues, and explore ways your product can realize what the business hopes to achieve.
  • Where do you want to be? Specify the purpose of what you’re building and what needs it will address. Identify opportunities to enhance your product and the guiding principles that will inform product design decisions. Explore all phases of a user’s interaction with your product to identify how all product components will fit together.
  • How will you get there? Plan the development of your product to accommodate continual enhancements while maintaining cohesion across the experience. Translate your plan into tangible requirements.
  • How will you measure success? Define what success looks like for your product and what methods will be used to validate your product’s success.

CATRIONA CORNETT

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