Experience Design Weekly #57 – Digital Platform Strategy & Information Overload

Digital Platform Strategy & Information Overload

“’Does it better’ will always beat ‘did it first.’”
Aaron Levie


The Right Digital-Platform Strategy
Many incumbents are starting to build their own platforms or to forge ties with others. The penalty for not playing may be steep.

A Guide to Product/Market Fit
The term product/market fit was popularised by the lean startup movement a few years ago and tends to be something we glibly trot out when referring to a runaway success or a miserable product failure. But what does it mean? How do we get to it? And what is the product manager’s role in maintaining it?

Information Overload, Why it Matters and How to Combat It
It’s important when developing your designs that you don’t create “information overload” – that is presenting so much data that you leave the user confused and/or unable to make a decision.

Accot-Zhai Steering Law: Implications for UI Design
Dropdowns, hierarchical menus, sliders, or scroll bars involve steering a pointer or a cursor through a tunnel; optimal design for these GUI elements should consider the Steering Law.

Experimenting and Iterating in UX Research
When developing new products and features, we need to learn continuously by ideating, experimenting, and refining.


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