Working through Screens: 100 Ideas for Envisioning Powerful, Engaging, and Productive User Experiences in Knowledge Work (Jacob Burghardt)

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Working through Screens: 100 Ideas for Envisioning Powerful, Engaging, and Productive User Experiences in Knowledge Work (Jacob Burghardt)

For product teams developing new or iteratively enhanced applications for thinking work, Working through Screens serves as a reference. It offers teams a wide range of factors to take into account when determining the overall direction and priorities for their onscreen tools because it was written to be used during early, formative dialogues.

This volume can assist definers and designers in exploring creative new avenues for their products by providing hundreds of imagining questions and hypothetical examples from from clinical research, financial trading, and architecture.

Working through Screens is built around a suggested overall approach to application design:

  • Extensive concepting, based on intensive questioning, driving visionary, collaboratively defined strategies for exemplary tools for thought

The book begins with a critique of the contemporary state of onscreen tools used by people practicing their chosen vocations. It then examines the processes that product teams often use to create these applications, making the case for more time spent on early design research and ideation rather than simply marching into iterative product development with a largely unconsidered course.

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Published Date / Year
(January 25, 2010)
400 pages
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