Experience Design (8/8) - by Nathan Shedroff
Designing the Total Experience
It's not necessary for every experience to address all possible criteria, but it is important to build an experience that is well-rounded and successful for the majority of its audience or participants. Experience Design isn't so much a discipline as it is an approach that is applicable to many disciplines. For sure, however, it isn't something that happens accidentally, and absolutely requires not only thought but work.
Experiences are one of the most valuable memories we have and one of the things most people spend the most amount of time and money on. Successful experiences are valuable both financially and emotionally and the more we learn about how to create them (whether through approach, process, understanding, or specific criteria), the better the experiences we can create and the more enriching our lives can become.
- Introduction: Elements of Experience Design
- Presentation & Organization
- Visualization & Design
- Designing the Total Experience
Revised: June 21, 2001
Created: June 21, 2001