UX Reflective Journaling Week 3

UX Reflective Journaling Week 3

I think this was a rather great end to a very informative week. During this week’s readings, we can an opportunity to dive deeper into human psychology. And around why people make mistakes and how we can design to help avoid them. It was interesting to learn that slips tend to happen more to people who have mastered a specific task. As the brain automates the process, it also increases the chances of missing an important step.

I loved the exercise, we did on redesigning the monitoring experience. It was great that I was finally able to begin to think like a UXer and about ways that we can solve problems and prevent new ones from happening. The only aspect which I didn’t like was having to draw. I have become so accustomed to the electronic tools that I got a little rusty. Great week!

About the author

Jan Morris

I am what some would call a "jack of all trades. I enjoy all forms of creative expression, I believe everyone has a story to tell and it is all worth listening to. My true passion lies the pursuit of creative knowledge and understanding.

For once you have tasted flight you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skywards, for there you have been and there you will long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci

Jan Morris a "Jack of all trades" worked with small with businesses, start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, and globally renowned industry leaders. His skills include Photography and Photo Editing, Web Design and Development, Video Production and Editing, Branding and Identity Design, and digital design deliverables.

One comment

  1. Kelsey says:

    The freehand sketching can feel a bit foreign, but it helps to pull back and just think about the elements vs. trying to learn a new tool or perfect an old one!

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