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    […] There many different approaches to creating user experiences. Some teams place these decisions on various designers, developers, researchers, thinkers and directors. Sometimes the user experience is drafted by information architects months in advance of any design work, and sometimes it’s improvised in the middle of a project’s creation. I can say there’s no single formula that works for every project. The best projects seem to achieve a delicate balance of planning, reflection and iteration. Predicting human behavior is arguably the most powerful skill you can have as an interaction designer, architect, engineer (insert title here). You can draft a 300 page functional spec document, with use-case flows, personas, and wireframes annotating every detail of every view, but if the final outcome doesn’t result in a positive emotional reaction then all you’re piles of strategy will be perceived as a failure . […]

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