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Digital user behavior is evolving at an ever-increasing pace, and predicting future trends is a booming business as a result. Users associate technology with their identities now more than ever, and it is up to you as a product designer to enhance their experience for the better. Designing Products for Evolving Digital Users is a 21st century handbook that helps you do just that. By providing insights that allow you to study UX (user experience) behavior patterns, online communities, and future digital trends, Designing Products for Evolving Digital Users instills confidence and fact-based foundations for your digital creations. Author Anastasia Utesheva expertly teaches you how to account for the way the technology impacts the identity of users and how that identity shifts through ongoing interaction with a product or service. She also brings in important case studies on social media, gaming, eRetail, and more to illustrate past examples of technology’s profound impact on communal and individual identity. Digital product design’s ultimate end goal is end user satisfaction. While a myriad of material is available out there consisting of simple tips and tricks for optimal digital design, Designing Products for Evolving Digital Users is a rare and remarkable title that cohesively accounts for all environmental factors involved. Comprehend how distributed technology impacts creation and negotiation of identity and explore communities that form around digital products. UX designers, futurists, students, and industry veterans alike have an abundance of invaluable learning ahead of them in Designing Products for Evolving Digital Users.
What You Will LearnLearn how to design digital products/services that resonate with and transform identity of usersStudy how digital impacts formation of identityConsider how digital technology has impacted our world and implications for future digital trends
Who This Book Is For
UX designers, digital product creators, entrepreneurs, educators, philosophy of technology enthusiasts, futurists