UX Design Process
I originally had three steps, design, implement and evaluate. However, I realized that you need to have an initial hypothesis - an initial assumption to change the design domain in some beneficial way. Anyway, I'm not super atached to it. Perhaps design, implement and evaluate are conceptually cleaner?
No design occurs in a vacuum. There are contstraints placed on the process. Contraints aren't always a bad thing, the can make the design process less complex as the can reduce the number of potention options. Example contstraints include:
- Business - requirements, resources, schedule
- Technology - limitations, features
- UX - patterns, style, users, existing product