April 19, 2006
As it becomes easier and easier for designers to pack more features into the little boxes they want us to buy, itâ€™s going to become more and more important to ask the questions about which features should be included and how will those features improve our lives. This is what experience design is all about…
This is part of a post by Jared Spool. I post it here mainly for myself. I found this helpful to think about for the future. I think about being part of team’s creating tools and features that will help make ministry happen on local campuses. I want to keep these two questions in mind: which features should be included and how will they improve the lives of those they are intended to help.