NoVa UX Presentation on Iterative Process of Action Design

Hey Folks,

Last night I spoke at Jim Lane‘s  NoVa UX Meetup, along with Alex Kalinovsky from CreamTec.

I spoke about the method we’re developing at HelloWallet for designing products that help people change their behavior —  Action Design.  I tried something new, focusing on the iterative process and reusable  skills you can use at various parts of the product design and development process.  I’ve had some real difficulty in previous presentations expressing the various moving parts of Action Design, and this version seemed to flow much more smoothly.   (But hey, you tell me if that’s true?)

The slides are below.  I look forward to hearing what you think!





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