We've all heard of (and have probably experienced) the much-feared Writer's Block so it should come as no surprise that the designer's version, Creative Block, haunts even the best in the game from time-to-time. Let's face it, when being creative is your lifeline day-in and day-out, it's easy to feel overwhelmed at just the thought of ideating. Is the idea of coming up with yet another innovative, mind-blowing and client-pleasing layout keeping you up at night? You're probably experiencing that dreaded Creative Block. But, not to worry! This is so common among creators that you'll find...
What is your vision for this offering?
What defines success for this project?
What are the potential pitfalls (i.e. what keeps you up at night about this project)?
Different types of users (salesperson vs supervisor vs analyst)...
In my last post, Content Strategy is the New Black, I walked through the process of planning for the creation, delivery and maintenance of web content and alluded to its crucial role in User Experience and User-centered Design. But, if you’re new to User Experience and/or Content Strategy (and let’s face it – with both being relatively new-ish to the web scene – you most likely are) then there are probably some parts of the methodology causing confusion. No stranger to this, for my next article, I wanted to...